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    that is how I understand/understood it

    Every time before our lesson, we are required to read something prescribed; in the lesson, the American tutor will say 'that is how I understood it(referring to the reading)'; if I want to use this sentence and express the meaning showing that I still understand it in this way, can I say 'that is how I understand it'?

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    Re: that is how I understand/understood it

    If you wish.

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    Re: that is how I understand/understood it

    Thank you very much.

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