"What say (you)?"
What do you think?;
What is your opinion?
(Usually only used in spoken English)
Related words and phrases:
A mother and son a talking ...
Mother: You did a really good job today cleaning your room without being asked.
Son: Thanks Mom. What say we go and get some ice cream?
Mother: Let me think a moment. OK. Let's get ice cream.
Two friends are talking ...
Friend 1: That treat sure looks good. Does it taste good.
Friend 2: It's delicious.
Friend 1: What say you let me have a little taste?
Friend 2: OK. Here you go.
There is no gerund form for What say (you)?
1) Francis, what say you and I go and explore this city of the Emperors eh?
2) I've got more money than you've ever seen! What say you? Join me, and take a seat of power at my side.
3) What say you on the case of Puerto Rico? Hypocrisy in it's greatest form!
4) I have a tough one for you: what say you to the gluten- and dairy-intolerant microscopic colitis crowd?
5) And now that all this is off your chest, what say we get back to our regularly scheduled programming, shall we?
6) I say bid them welcome. What say the rest?
7) So let's get started! What say you?
8) They are big business and butt into political issues. What say we start taxing them as such.
9) I think the evidence is pretty overwhelming and supports my conclusions. What say you, fans?
10) So what say you? Will you put your empirical money to where your mouth is?
11) I can report all my paid links and make my site Google friendly, what say!
12) So what say the rest of you?
13) So what say you? Will you stand and fight?
14) Facts are stubborn things. What say we bring them to the table?
15) It's quite tough, anyway, but everything has a price. What say?
16) Why reward mediocrity? # What say you?
17) However, what say you if Britain can't achieve this glorious new union?
18) But what say you were forced to do it?
19) Now, what say the worshipers of the apostolic succession to all this?
20) But I am not sure, this strategy will prove to be a success. What say?