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A: How do you like the present, Mom?
B: Oh, it is great. It's so kind of you.

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In the short dialogue above, what is the full form of 'It's so kind of you.'?

It is so kind of you to give me the present. --- Is this the full form for that?

What is term of the English term for "It"?

  • English Grammar -

    "It" is a pronoun, but in this type of sentence, it's more of an idiom since there is no one noun to which it refers.

    The full form that you wrote is fine.

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