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Is there a difference between these two phrasal verbs? Or do they mean the same?
to smile at
to smile on
Thank you, riverkid....
Well, I did have a look into some dictionaries before I asked my question here, but it seemed to me, the meaning is very similar...
Could you write down a sentence with "to look on"? I don't undersand the meaning (of "to look on") very well.
I mean the difference between "to smile at" and "to smile on". I am very stupid... I don't know why I wrote "to look on"! Maybe I was thinking about something which made me write something completely different from what I wanted :). You know, everyone makes such mistakes sometimes.
So, could you explain "to smile on", please?