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Compliments Day



With My Compliments!
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.68

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    affirm, flattery, stylish, meaningful, focus, value, especially, properly, honor, compliment, general, anyone, receive, tests, particular, better
With My Compliments!

By Beth A. Beutler
1     Do you know anyone who does not like to receive compliments? There are probably some folks who are embarrassed by a compliment, but I think that most people, deep down, enjoy receiving them.
 
2     What is a compliment? The dictionary tells us that a compliment is "an expression of respect or affection." It is a way to honor someone by telling him or her something uplifting.
 
3     What is a good way to give a compliment? You can give a compliment in many ways, from "I like that shirt," to "You do so well on tests!" One of the most meaningful ways is to affirm the person in a specific way. For example, instead of saying, "I like that shirt!" You could say, "That style of shirt looks really good on you," or "You have a great sense of style."

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Reading Comprehension
     English Reading Comprehension: With My Compliments!
     French Reading Comprehension: Avec mes complimens
     Spanish Reading Comprehension: íCon Mis Cumplimentos!
     Italian Reading Comprehension: I miei complimenti!
     German Reading Comprehension: Mit bester Empfehlung!


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