How to say don't flatter yourself. in Japanese

1)うぬぼれるうぬぼれる(unuboreru) (v1,vi) to be conceitedな(na) (prt) connects adj to noun/indicates emotion or emphasis/command/prohibition。(。) Japanese period "."    
unuboreruna 。
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2)いい気になるな。error newjap[いい気になる。] did not equal oldjap[いい気になるな。] Splitting 気に... split to 気 and に saving [気] to rollovers[0][1] Splitting なるな... split to な and る saving [な] to rollovers[0][3]    
ii kini naruna 。
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