What is 'What about you' in Italian?

E te for one person or E voi for more than one may be Italian equivalents of 'What about you'. The conjunction 'e' means 'and'. The personal pronouns 'te' and 'voi' mean '[informal] you' and '[informal] you all'. They respectively are pronounced 'eh teh' and 'eh voy'.

That's what's said to a person or persons who are part of the speaker's close circle of family, friends and peers. But it's something else to a person or persons who are senior in age or position, or who aren't part of the speaker's close familial and friendly circle. Instead, it's the formal singular 'you' 'E Lei' and the formal plural 'you all' 'E Loro'. They respectively are pronounced 'eh leh' and 'eh LOH-roh'.
E te for one person or E voi for more than one may be Italian equivalents of 'What about you'. The conjunction 'e' means 'and'. The personal pronouns 'te' and 'voi' mean '[informal] you' and '[informal] you all'. They respectively are pronounced 'eh teh' and 'eh voy'.

That's what's said to a person or persons who are part of the speaker's close circle of family, friends and peers. But it's something else to a person or persons who are senior in age or position, or who aren't part of the speaker's close familial and friendly circle. Instead, it's the formal singular 'you' 'E Lei' and the formal plural 'you all' 'E Loro'. They respectively are pronounced 'eh leh' and 'eh LOH-roh'.