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|Comment||Dear Paolin, Thank you for your very thorough explanation about the uses of “fare i complimenti” and “non fare complimenti”. Your explanation has helped me very, very much. I so much appreciate your help. Also, thank you for also telling me about “fare le congratulazioni” and “congratularsi”. I also want to thank you for including the example dialogue demonstrating the use of “non fare complimenti”. This has helped me to understand much better the use of “non fare complimenti”. You are very kind to take the time to help me. Very Sincerely, Rich|
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Italian mother tongue; diploma at Liceo Classico (100/100; year 2001); Laurea at University (110/110 cum laude; year 2008); PhD in Law: Philosophy of Law and Sociology of Law