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    #1

    "I can't understand you"

    1- I can't understand you.
    2- Do you understand me?

    Are we allowed to say such sentences when it is about understanding what someone says?
    Last edited by Khosro; 29-Jan-2011 at 08:10.

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    Re: "I can't understand you"

    Yes.

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