|how are you fixed for
||do you have enough? how many do you have?
||How are you fixed for diapers? May I borrow one?
|how are you getting along
||are you able to do it? are you okay? how are you doing
||"How are you getting along at the new school, Gail?" "Fine. I like my subjects."
|how are you making out
||are you able to do the job? have you made progress? how are you doing
||The manager came to my office and said, "How are you making out? Finished the report?"
||why? how do you explain it?
||How come you're going home? Don't you want to play?
|how do you do
||hello, nice to meet you, good day, howdy
||"Mr. Grant, I'm Ken Blair, the new bank manager." "How do you do, Mr. Blair."
|how do you like them apples
||do you like this better? do you like that choice? tough bananas
||If you don't like the bed, you can sleep on the floor. How do you like them apples?
|how does that grab you
||how do you feel about that?
||A holiday in Greece - how does that grab you?
|how goes it
||is your life good? how are you doing
||"How goes it?" said my friend. "Not bad," I replied.
|how goes the battle
||are you winning the battle of life? are you okay?
||"How goes the battle?" Jo asked. "I win and I lose," Pat replied.
|how it plays out
||how it happens, how it ends how it pans out
||The new policy is supposed to improve sales, but we'll see how it plays out.