I don't understand the connection of "here's how". Could you show me some example starting with "here's" and "how" used like this?
To understand this it's important to understand the meaning. "Here's how" usage is usually stating a method of doing something or how something is going to be. Generally, it indicates some kind of unwillingness from the person being given the command. In this case, it implies we are unwillingly or unknowingly being taken advantage of in some way by the coffee chain. Ex: Here's how you're going to make dinner. Ex: Here's how you should do it.
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