Does I see mean I understand?
You can say I see to indicate that you understand what someone is telling you. [spoken, formulae] He came home in my car. —I see.
What is the difference between I see and I understand?
1 Answer. See can be used figuratively to mean understand. One of Merriam-Websters definitions of see is to perceive the meaning or importance of : understand (definition 3b). For example, if someone explains something to you and you say, I see, you mean that you understand the explanation.
What do you mean by I understand?
1 : to have understanding : have the power of comprehension. 2 : to achieve a grasp of the nature, significance, or explanation of something. 3 : to believe or infer something to be the case. 4 : to show a sympathetic or tolerant attitude toward something.
What does so I see mean?
—used in speech often in an ironic way to say that one knows about something because it is easy to see it just by looking I broke my leg. So I see.
Is understood polite?
When somebody is explaining something to you, or asking you to do something, replying to them with one of these words is a polite way to show that you are listening and can follow what they are saying. Got it. This is another way of saying “ok, I understood what you said / what you want from me!”
Do you understand understood?
Both understand and understood are grammatically correct. The one that you have to use depends on what you want to say. Understand is the present tense verb. If you are talking about something that you learn or know now, you can use understand.