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    rocedeca70 is offline Newbie
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    hELP ME

    I need to know what is the meaning of the following prhase:

    "THAT WAS NICE OF"

    Tnaks for your attention

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    stuartnz is offline Senior Member
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    Re: hELP ME

    I'm not a teacher, but "that was nice of ..." means that someone did something nice, something kind or good or generous, for someone else. So, "My Dad gave me his antique carom board. That was nice of him."

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