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    #1

    can't quite/can't quite

    Hi

    1- I can't quite understand you.
    2- I quite can't understand you.

    What's the difference in meaning between the two? I think that sentence 1 means that I can almost understand you but not too much but I cannot say anything about the second one.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: can't quite/can't quite

    You are right about sentence 1-
    Sentence 2- is not possible.

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