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    smile to / at

    What is the difference between smile to and smile at?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: smile to / at

    Hi kohyoongliat

    When you smile at someone, you look at them and smile.
    When you smile at a thought, that means that the thought brings a smile to your face (or causes you to smile).

    I would expect 'smile to' to be used quite differently.
    Have a look at some examples here.

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    Re: smile to / at

    Thanks.

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