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    why you not smile?

    should we say "why don't you smile", rather than why you not smile? Is there any mistake?

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    Re: why you not smile?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    should we say "why don't you smile", rather than why you not smile? Is there any mistake?
    "Why don't you smile?"(why do you not smile) is correct

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