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Five ways to say "I understand". Have you got any more?

1.    To follow

For example: ‘Oh, yes, I follow you now’. 

2.     To get the point

For example: ‘I get your point, I think you’re right’.  

3.     To get the picture

For example: ‘I get the picture’.  

4.     To catch on

For example: ‘She tends to catch on fairly quickly’.  

5.     To catch one’s drift

For example: ‘Don’t worry, I catch your drift’. 
Jun 4, 2020 3:03 PM
Comments · 13
To know what's up, e.g. "he knows what's up".
To connect the dots, e.g. "I've already connected the dots".
To figure it out, e.g. "she figured it out".
To see how it is, e.g. "I see how it is".
To make sense, e.g. "that makes sense".
June 4, 2020
I hear you.
That's crystal clear.
I know what you mean.
I see where you're coming from.
I get you.

Roger that: received and understood.

June 5, 2020
The first one that comes to mind is - "It's all clear now!" :)
June 7, 2020
Fathom (v) (formal): to discover, understand, or comprehend the meaning of something

"It's impossible to fathom the enormity of the universe."
June 5, 2020
I see
June 7, 2020
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