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Very kind of you #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 02, 2005 8:54 am   Very kind of you
 

Test No. errors/elem-3 "She works hard", question 5

It is very gentle of you to help me in this matter.

(a) gentle
(b) to help
(c) matter

Test No. errors/elem-3 "She works hard", answer 5

It is very kind of you to help me in this matter.

Correct entry: kind
The error was: (a) gentle

Your answer was: n/a
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Nice #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 02, 2005 9:42 am   Nice
 

Hi Crina,

Nice works all right but is really too general and kind is better because it covers the idea of helping.

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Very kind of you #3 (permalink) Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:32 am   Very kind of you
 

We can say like this
It is very nice of you to help me in this matter.
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