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    masterding is offline Member
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    Difference between "I'm easy to undersand"and "I'm easy to be understood"

    I'm easy to understand
    I'm easy to be understood
    Which one is correct? What are the differences?

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    Re: Difference between "I'm easy to undersand"and "I'm easy to be understood"

    Quote Originally Posted by masterding View Post
    I'm easy to understand
    I'm easy to be understood
    Which one is correct? What are the differences?
    It is easy to understand me.
    To understand me is easy.
    I am easy to understand.

    People find it easy to understand me.

    It is easy to be understood.
    To be understood is easy.
    I am easy to be understood.

    I find people easy to understand me.
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    I find it easy to be understood by others.

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