Question: Is it I understand completely or I completely understand?

To my ear, We understand completely is the more neutral form, and We completely understand seems to emphasize the word completely. Neither is grammatically wrong.

What do you use instead of you know?

What is another word for you know?erermlikeI meanwellsolookshall we sayyou know what I meanyou know what Im saying1 more row

How do you use as you know in a sentence?

as you know Example SentencesAs you know, sales of smart phones have increased dramatically the past few years.As you know, I studied computer science at university.As you know, today Id like to discuss our hiring practices.

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