What’s going on?: What’s happening?
Child: What’s going on? Why didn’t you buy me ice cream?
Sam: What is going on?
Firefighter: Step back, sir. We have a major fire that we have to put out. Please follow the safety markers and stay away from the blaze.
According to someone or something: as said by someone or something
Noriko: According to my doctor, I should drink more water.
Roger: What did he suggest?
Noriko: At least 8 glasses a day.
What if: what will happen if
Son: What will happen if you put the popcorn in the microwave?
Mom: When it gets too hot, the kernels begin to pop
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As for someone or something: regarding or concerning someone or something.
Susan: We have to look at our reports again. As for you Sam, did you update our website?
Sam: Yes, it should be good to go. Please let me know if you see any mistakes.
As well as: in addition to; and also
John: Which flavor of ice cream do you prefer?
Tim: I like chocolate ice cream as well as vanilla.
Manager: We need to send the report to the executive board.
Employee: Anything else?
Manager: We need to send the report to the executive board as well as the accounting section.
Look like someone or something: be similar in appearance to someone or something.
Noriko: Take a look at this! This painting looks like that famous actor I saw last night.
Yuri: No way! It does look like him.
What’s the matter (with something or something)?: What’s wrong with someone or something
John: What’s the matter?
Noriko: I dropped the last egg on the counter. Sorry about that.