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What’s your name?
What time is it?
What was the weather like?
I asked her what kind of music she liked.
People sometimes ask me what I’m going to do when I retire.
‘I’m worried, Harry.’ ‘What about?’
I told him what the problem was.
She wasn’t quite sure what she was going to say.
We suddenly realized what was happening.
I haven’t even thought about what I’m going to wear to the dinner.
Poor Kevin! He doesn’t know what to do.
You haven’t given me what I asked for.
What you need is a good long holiday.
What annoys me is the way he boasts about what he’s done.
George always does his best, and that’s what I like about him.
Tom eagerly finished up what was left of the champagne and chicken pie.
What little free time he had was spent with the family.
What awful weather we’ve been having!
What a nice surprise!
What a nuisance for you, having to make all these changes.
What! Are they still in bed?
What! You mean he can’t read or write?
‘Turn the radio down, will you?’ ‘What?’
You’ll have to pay rent, which is, what, about £300 a month or something like that.
‘Hey, Julie!’ ‘What?’ ‘Come here – I’ve got something to show you.’