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The difference between three sentences below. what is the difference? (1) I see (2) I know (3) I understand
Oct 14, 2008 6:22 PM
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"I see" and "I understand" can be used interchangeably when someone is showing you how to do something or explaining something. A: "When you push the red button, you also have to push the blue button." B: "Oh, I see/understand." ------ A: "When you yell at your sister, she feels sad." B: "I see/understand what you mean." or "I see/understand what you're saying." You cannot use "I know" in these situations UNLESS you want to make it clear that you have not learned anything new. A: "When you push the button, you also have to push the blue button." B: "I know, Sue explained it to me yesterday."
October 15, 2008
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