How and

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We use how to ask about things that change ’ for example, people’s health and moods. We use what --- like? to ask about things that do not change - for example, people’s looks and character.

We often use how to ask about people’s reactions to their experiences.

What -- like? is also possible in cases like these.

See Also

Had better
...hardly ...when/before ...
Has been
Have or have got
Have vs Having
Hear and listen
He, she or they
How and what like?
However, yet, still, though
How ever and however

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