Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Understand"

The meaning of "Understand" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does understand mean?
A: entender ou compreender
Q: What does I understand you. mean?
A: It can mean "I am able to understand what you are saying."

It can also mean "I understand what kind of a person you are, how you think, etc."

"At first, you were a bit of a mystery, but now I understand you. You're just like me in some ways."


Q: What does I understand exactly what is happening mean?
A: a little bit different way to express . probably what's happening is more formal than what is going on
Q: What does Just so that we understand what we're doing going forward.은 무슨 뜻인가요? mean?
A: have an idea on the task going forward


ex you have a project you need to do for school. so you make an outline of how the project will look. now you understand what you have to do to complete the project.
Q: What does I understand it, anyway. mean?
A: It means that the person has a small understanding of Italian. They can speak the basics of the language.

Example sentences using "Understand"

Q: Please show me example sentences with understand and understood .
A: I understand you
He understood me
We understand one another
I want to be understood
Q: Please show me example sentences with As far as I could understand.
A: The teacher told me that my grades weren't doing well. As far as I could understand, I had failed the class.

My mom said she was busy. As far as I could understand, she wanted to look at Facebook for a few more hours.

The man said my Japanese was "okay." As far as I could understand, I was the worst Japanese speaker on the planet.
Q: Please show me example sentences with can't understand.
A: “I can’t understand what you’re saying” I really think you can use both of them because they both sound natural for most sentences
Q: Please show me example sentences with understand .
A: "I don't understand."
"What don't you understand."
"Do you understand how to do this?"
"This is hard for me to understand."
Q: Please show me example sentences with understood.
A: I understood that I was supposed to be here at midnight.
Is that understood?
I'm not sure if he understood. Maybe you should tell him again.
It is understood that people shouldn't swear in public.

Synonyms of "Understand" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between understand and know ?
A: to know is to simply hold a fact in your mind: "I know the sky is blue."

to understand is to know the reason behind it: "I understand why the sky is blue."

it can also mean that you get all of something, like, "I understand what he is saying" or "I really understand math now."
Q: What is the difference between I understand you and I got you ?
A: They can mean the same thing, but you can also use "I got you" for physical references. If you're playing a sport and you want the other player to know that they can rely on you for the next move, you can say "I got you." If someone is talking about falling or tripping, you can say "I got you", meaning "I will catch you". "I understand you" is used when someone is explaining something and you can comprehend what they're saying. Its not correct to say "I understand you" when referring to anything physical.
Q: What is the difference between He finally understood what I mean. and He finally understood what I meant. ?
A: The second sentence is correct. Meant is the past tense of mean and is used correctly in the second sentence.
Q: What is the difference between I understand it. and I got it. and I took in it. ?
A: "I understand it" means you comprehend or understand. "I got it" can also mean I understand.

Example:
Mary: "the answer to the equation is 32. Do you understand?"
Max: "Yes, I got it."

"I took it in" is basically saying that you understand. It is as if you are saying you absorbed the information.

Example:
As Mark read over a section of his science book he took in the information.
Q: What is the difference between I understand it. and I got it. and I took in it. ?
A: You can use all three to say/ mean the same thing. I understand what you meant, I took in everything they were saying, I got the gist of his story. Got, Took, and Understood all represent comprehension in these examples. Got and took are slang usages of understand... They are "off label" usages, and have other meanings as well.

Translations of "Understand"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I understand it
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i don’t understand
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? understand
A: haha do you need more help with english? I'll answer more questions for you if you want.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I understand
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i understand
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Other questions about "Understand"

Q: Can you understand this? Does this sound natural?
A: Last November, I participated in a speech contest at Kotogaoka High School.

My speech was about foreign people who speak Japanese. (I may have misunderstood "this article" >_
Q: Can you understand this? Does this sound natural?
A: *two Japanese singers/stars
*they are a married couple
*It's amazing
Q: "I understood."
"I got it." Does this sound natural?
A: But usually, "I understand" is better.

I understood, would be looking back on it. When you're having the conversation, I'd usually say "I understand"
Q: I almost couldn't understand what you talk about.
I was wondering if you could speak more slowly and say that again. Does this sound natural?
A: I almost couldn't understand, could you speak more slowly and say that again?
Q: I understand deeply.
「とてもよくわかりました」

It's collect?
A: "I understand completely" or "I totally understand." "Deeply" is not wrong, but native speakers would not use this word here.

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