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    Smile say in other words

    Hi, dear teachers. Could you explain the meaning of the following phrases:
    1. "Keep it real."
    2. "My hat's off to you."
    3. "To the best of my knowledge."

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    Re: say in other words

    Take your hat off to somebody
    If you take your hat off to someone, you acknowledge that they have done something exceptional or otherwise deserve your respect;
    To the best of my knowledge
    As far as I know;
    Keep it real
    I had never met this expression, but when I looked it up, I found all sorts of interprations. So I guess it depends on the context.

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