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    Unhappy Get it or Got it

    Hi,

    When I explain a concept to my students and the to check their understanding, what is more appropriate to use??

    Get it?
    or
    Got it?

    Thanks


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    Re: Get it or Got it

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    Hi,

    When I explain a concept to my students and the to check their understanding, what is more appropriate to use??

    Get it?
    or
    Got it?

    Thanks
    "Do you get it?" (Usually "Get it?")
    "Get it" is for the subject "you," because it means "Do you get it?"

    "Yes, I got it." (Usually "Got it!" but also, "Gotcha!" -- probably "got you")
    "Got it" is for the subject "I" because it means "I have it"
    "Got it" is the present tense as well as the past tense, but "Gotcha" is present tense only.

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