Which are the idiomatic expressions? When someone praises you, in our Chinese tradition, we would usually say " Thank you for your compliment.", " I'm flattered." or " You flatter me." Are these all idiomatic English expressions? Thank you!
Feb 8, 2017 6:29 AM
Answers · 1
All of these are correct in English but "Thank you for THE compliment" sounds better than "Thank you for YOUR compliment." Also "Thank you so much, you are too kind."
February 8, 2017
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