- How do you say I didn’t understand email?
- Should I say understand or understood?
- How can I politely express that I have understood?
- How do you say I Seeally formally?
- What is the difference between understood and understand?
- How do you use understood in a sentence?
- What it means to be understood?
- What to say instead of I understand how you feel?
- What word can I use instead of understand?
- Can you reply with understood?
- What’s understood don’t need to be explained?
- Is well understood hyphenated?
- Did understand or understood?
How do you say I didn’t understand email?
These sentences will help you when you don’t understand something even though you have heard it.Sorry, I’m afraid I don’t follow you.Excuse me, could you repeat the question?I’m sorry, I don’t understand.
I’m sorry, I didn’t catch that.
I’m sorry, I didn’t understand.
I didn’t hear you..
Should I say understand or understood?
Both understand and understood are grammatically correct. … Understand is the present tense verb. If you are talking about something that you learn or know now, you can use understand. For the third person (he, she, it) you would need to add an -s to the end to make understands.
How can I politely express that I have understood?
Often the best way to indicate that you have understood is to summarize in one sentence what your understanding will lead you to do next. e.g., “I understand. I will get back to you with the revisions you requested by Monday.” “I see.
How do you say I Seeally formally?
“I see.” is informal, and is often used by friends talking to each other. The original poster is correct that “I understand” is more formal than “I see”, and that both “I understand” and “I see” are often used by doctors who are listening to patients.
What is the difference between understood and understand?
Understood is past tense while understand is present tense. “After I made my sister cry, I finally understood why making fun of others was wrong.” “I understand now that cruel words can hurt others.”
How do you use understood in a sentence?
Sentence ExamplesBut my teacher had been with me several weeks before I understood that everything has a name.The girl understood and began to clear them.”I understood,” he replied with a smile.He stood at the back, and, though he had heard hardly anything, understood everything in his own way.More items…
What it means to be understood?
To be understood, in some cases, means to be able to express to those who might not get it or understand, which makes it challenging for clinicians and clients alike. Lack of understanding coupled with ongoing systemic trauma does a lot of damage to survivors psyche and neurology, in my humble opinion.
What to say instead of I understand how you feel?
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What word can I use instead of understand?
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Can you reply with understood?
Andygc said: You might be used to replying “understood”, but that is about as normal to English speakers as “got it”. There’s many ways of saying that you understand an explanation, but for most of us they begin “I …” – “I understand”, “I see”, ‘I’ve got that”, “I get it”, “I see what you mean” are examples.
What’s understood don’t need to be explained?
It simply means that if you understand something there is no need to have someone further explain it to you. Either it has been explained before or it was understood even without an explanation, so nobody needs to explain it.
Is well understood hyphenated?
For example, a “well understood concept” is not hyphenated (well is an adverb modifying the adjective understood).
Did understand or understood?
A correctly formed sentence would be “I did understand” or “I understood.” In the first sentence, “did” is in the past tense so “understand” is not. There is no helping verb used in the second sentence, so “understood” is in the past tense.