How come is a casual, conversational way to ask “why”. You can use how come as a stand alone phrase or you can make a question with how come by adding a sentence to it.
- You like to study English? How come? (or) How come you like to study English?
- You don’t like pizza? How come? (or) How come you don’t like pizza?
How about you? How come you like to study English?
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