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  1. Oh, it's about me.

    In 99% of cases, this is the answer.�

    Those who do not know me closely are surprised, and those who have known me for a long time are taken for granted (they are already used to it), just as I compliment them before.

    I don't see anything wrong with this: some people know that they can swim well or paint portraits, some are capable of languages, and some bake. They don't mind: no, I don't swim, I go straight to the bottom like an axe; better take a picture; hire another translator/tutor; and well, spit out my pie / cupcake

  2. It's appropriate to smile or say, ” Thank you.” Or both. You can also react to such a compliment with surprise. This is both decent and good.

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