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    How kind

    Hi,
    "How kind, you really shouldn’t have bothered."
    Could you please tell me the meaning of "how kind" in the context and is it correct to use comma after "kind"?
    Thanks.

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    Re: How kind

    Hi mylevt


    • How kind, you really shouldn’t have bothered.

    How kind/nice of you.

    See MacMillan-FCE.Language.Practice.With.Key(M.Vince))

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    Re: How kind

    Hi, Soup.
    Thank you very much for your help.
    Can you show me where to find the sentence in this book?

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