What does" I can relate to that" mean? The Context: The professor said to a student," Too many of my students used to memorize small facts for a test and then forget all about the broad concepts. I want you to study the concepts so you will leave my class with a general perspective that you won't forget." And the student responded,"I can relate to that." But, what did he mean? I will be very grateful to all who provide help! Thank you!
Apr 22, 2013 2:09 PM
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It means that he's been in a situation similar to what the professor's speaking about. He has personal experience being the sort of person who memorized small facts at the expense of learning broad concepts.
April 22, 2013
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