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    "I just don't get it."

    Hi ! i'm new member here.I'm from Viet Nam.My English irs not well.Hi.May you explain to me the meaning of " I just don't get it"..thanks a lot

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    Re: "I just don't get it."

    NOT A TEACHER.

    It means "I don't understand."


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    Re: "I just don't get it."

    :)...thanks a lot.nice to make friend with u here.

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    Re: "I just don't get it."

    Quote Originally Posted by lovingtini View Post
    Hi ! i'm new member here.I'm from Viet Nam.My English irs not well.Hi.May you explain to me the meaning of " I just don't get it"..thanks a lot
    Hi lovingtini,
    Welcome to the forum.
    You might find my advice on punctuation useful, in the following thread:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...-genitive.html

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