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    #1

    when do we use " unable to understand "

    unable to understand and don't get is samething right. I would like to know when do we use " unable to understand " and usually when we talk we use don't get or unable to understand and them depend on what?

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    #2

    Re: when do we use " unable to understand "

    I would use 'don't get' in everyday conversations, and 'unable to understand' in more formal language.

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