“How about those Rams, huh?”

English Lesson: How about those Rams, huh?

You watched an exciting football game on TV last night. The team you like won. You start a conversation with a coworker, who's also a fan of that team.

How about those Rams, huh?

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(sentence), huh?

When someone ends a sentence with "huh?" it means that they think you're going to agree with what they said:

What a waste, huh?

Oh, I guess we're both going the same way, huh?

Valerie's really on a rampage today, huh?

"Huh" is common when you're making small talk about the weather, or when you're gossiping about someone.

When someone says "___, huh?" you should respond "Yeah!" if you agree with what they said.

How about (something)?

Say this to start a conversation about a certain topic. Usually the topic is something exciting happening. 

How about that new Samsung phone?

English speakers use this phrase for sports teams more than anything else, however. In fact, it’s used so often that it’s sometimes a bit of a joke: when people don’t know what to say, they say “How about those (name of a sports team)?"

How about those Tigers!

Depending where you’re from, you can add “huh?” or “eh?” at the end of your question, but you don’t need to add anything.