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  • It is a kind thing of you to help me. (It is kind of you to help me.)

What exactly is meant by "a kind thing of you" in the above sentence? Is it a kind action done by "you"? Or is it a part of "you," the person, which is kind?

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It is not good English.

I assume they meant "It is kind of you to help me." or "It is a kind thing that you have done for me..