Quick Answer: Is It OK To Say Understand?

How do you answer do you understand?

You will answer the question in the same verb tense.

The answer to “Did you understand?” is “Yes, I understood.” The correct answer to “Do you understand?” is “Yes, I understand.”.

What can I say instead of I understand?

You can do that by saying:OK / Alright / Sure.Got it.OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.Of course / Absolutely.I appreciate why you think that, but…I hear what you’re saying, but…When You Understand Someone’s Feelings:More items…•

What can I say instead of I think?

Ways to Say I THINKIn my opinion…I believe…I assume…I would say…In my point of view…I consider…If you ask me…To me…As far as I can tell…From my point of view…5 more rows

How do you say I Seeally formally?

“I see” can be formal, as far as I’m concerned. As a replacement, I’d say “I get it.”; as Gru says in Despicable me. … “My phone ran out of charge” is not quite natural, but is very understandable. ”

How do you say noted in a nice way?

So if I have noted something, I just say ‘Noted; thanks’. But if I want the other person to note it, I would say ‘Kindly note that’ or ‘Kindly make a note of this’.

What to say instead of I understand how you feel?

What to Say Instead of ‘I Know How You Feel’ After a DeathI’m here if you want to talk.You’re so strong, and I’m proud of you.Tell me how you’re feeling.I’m sorry you’re going through this.Please accept my sincere condolences.I know you’ll get through this.You’re always in my thoughts.More items…•

How do you say I understand professionally?

5 Ways to say “I understand”I get you (I got you in past simple) This expression is very common among native English speakers and expresses that you have perfectly understood the idea that someone has explained to you. … I see where you’re coming from. … I hear you. … I know what you mean.

How do you say OK in polite way?

“Ok” is not considered formal. It can be used sometimes in formal conversations, but not in writing. Some words you can use in it’s place are “acceptable”, “all right”, or “decent”.

Is saying gotcha rude?

I hate the phrase “gotcha.” Its used by rude people to abruptly end conversations. Maybe some of the people who say this are not intentionally rude, but it is still a bad habit.

What do you want me to say meaning?

What (more) do you want me to say? A phrase used to emphasize the fact that one is unable to explain or excuse something any further. Used especially when one apologizes for something. A: “And then you just took the money without asking?” B: “It was a dumb, selfish thing to do, and I’m sorry!

Is OK or its ok?

Originally Answered: Which is right: it’s ok or its ok? The right phrase is “that’s OK” instead of “it’s OK” which means a polite request. It is a polite way of saying don’t do something. Whereas, “it’s OK” means “I don’t mind you did it or said something”.

What does it mean to say I understand?

I bet you are a bit like me and you tend to say “I understand” to someone simply to acknowledge that you heard them so you can say what you want to say. Most people default to this unhelpful use of acknowledgement because it feels like you are communicating understanding as a listener.

Can I reply understood?

You can simply say “OK” or “Understood.” By using these staccato statements, you are buying yourself time for contemplation and deliberation.

How do you say I care words?

50 Simple Ways To Say You CareI’m so proud of you.Tomorrow is another day. It’ll get better.How could I forget?You’re in my thoughts and prayers.I’ll always be here for you.You made my day.If it’s good enough for you, it’s good enough for me.Be sure to wear your seat belt.More items…•

How do you say I don’t understand politely?

5 Ways To Say You Don’t Understand“I just don’t get it!” It makes no sense to me! Use this phrase when you want to say that something seems illogical to you. … “It makes no sense to me!” It’s a mystery to me! … “It’s a mystery to me!” It’s completely beyond me! … “It’s completely beyond me!” I can’t get my head around it!