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19 August

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An ad reads: "Smile like you've never smiled before."

What does this sentence really mean? Smile as if you smile for the first time in your life...? Smile as much as you can...? Smile as cheerfully as possible...? Or, smile as confidentely as you can...?

And, is the expression "Do oooo like you've never did before" common in English?

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An ad reads: "Smile like you've never smiled before." 

What does this sentence really mean? Smile as if you smile for the first time in your life...? Smile as much as you can...? Smile as cheerfully as possible...? Or, smile as confidentely as you can...? 

And, is the expression "Do oooo like you've never did before" common in English?
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