Understand İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler


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Understand İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

Understand İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

***I understood it perfectly.

***Nobody can understand him.

***Now I begin to understand.


***One day you’ll understand.

***She understands the risks.

***Sorry, I don’t understand.

***That was my understanding.


***Tom could understand Mary.

***Tom understands the risks.

***You just don’t understand.

***You understand us so well.

***You understand, don’t you?


***He understands the problem.

***I didn’t understand it yet.

***I don’t understand English.

***I then began to understand.


***I thought I understood you.

***I understand the situation.

***I understand what you mean.

***I understand your concerns.


***I understand your language.

***I understood what she said.

***I wonder if you understand.

***She doesn’t understand you.


***Tom can understand Swahili.

***You would never understand.

***Do you understand this book?

***I keep on not understanding.


***I knew you would understand.

***I really want to understand.

***I thought you understood me.

***I understand everything now.

***I understand what you meant.


***I understood what you meant.

***One day Tom will understand.

***Thank you for understanding.

***Tom understands the problem.


***We began to understand more.

***What is there to understand?

***Do you think Tom understands?

***Do you understand Mrs. Kunze?


***He’s too young to understand.

***I am beginning to understand.

***I can’t understand that word.

***I cannot quite understand it.


***I don’t understand this word.

***I understand it more or less.

***If you don’t understand, ask.

***In time, you will understand.


***That’s not what I understand.

***Her answer couldn’t be understood.

***I cannot understand what happened.

***I couldn’t make him understand it.


***I couldn’t make myself understood.

***I don’t understand English at all.

***I fail to understand his true aim.

***I thought we had an understanding.


***I understand you have a job to do.

***If I understood, I would tell you.

***No one can understand your letter.

***No one is going to understand you.


***She can’t understand other people.

***She gradually began to understand.

***Sometimes, I don’t understand him.

***Teachers must understand children.


***Can you understand what I’m saying?

***Do you understand what I am saying?

***Excuse me, I didn’t understand you.

***He doesn’t understand what you say.

***I couldn’t understand him at first.


***I somehow understand your feelings.

***I understand better than you think.

***I understand why you feel that way.

***I understand you were close to Tom.


***I wish I could make you understand.

***I, too, didn’t understand anything.

***I’m afraid I don’t understand that.

***If Tom were older, he’d understand.


***She seems to understand what I say.

***Stop acting like you understand me.

***Tom and Mary understood each other.

***We don’t understand English at all.


***”Yes. I understand,” says Mrs. Lee.

***I can understand you to some extent.

***I can understand your point of view.

***I don’t pretend to understand women.


***I don’t understand the aerodynamics.

***I told Tom I understood his concern.

***I understand Tom was here yesterday.

***If you can’t come, we’ll understand.


***Let’s try to understand one another.

***Mutual understanding promotes peace.

***My brother still doesn’t understand.

***They understood that war might come.


***You have to understand that he died.

***Do you understand what he’s told you?

***Do you understand what I want to say?

***Do you understand what you’re saying?

***He doesn’t understand British humour.


***I can hardly understand what he says.

***You need to understand the magnitude of the problem.

***A person cannot understand another person completely.

***He completely failed to understand why she got angry.

***How much of what I’ve written here do you understand?


***I always have difficulty in making myself understood.

***I could not understand what prevented me from moving.

***I don’t understand the words on the face of the coin.

***I don’t understand why pepperoni pizza is so popular.


***I need you to understand what really happened to Tom.

***I understand I can get a bus to Disneyland from here.

***Tom tried to help Mary understand what was happening.

***Tom will never understand why we want him to do this.


***I couldn’t understand a single word of what they said.

***I didn’t understand what the writer was trying to say.

***I finally understand the basic principles of calculus.

***I understand that they’re going to increase the staff.


***Read the sort of books that you can easily understand.

***The professor spoke too fast for anyone to understand.

***Tom and Mary aren’t the only two who don’t understand.

***Bill was unable to get Mary to understand what he said.


***I do not understand the exact meaning of this sentence.

***I think we’ll be able to come to an understanding soon.

***It will take some time before he understands it, right?

***Read the kinds of books that you can easily understand.


***The examples in this dictionary are easy to understand.

***The idea was so advanced that I couldn’t understand it.

***Tom didn’t explain it well enough for me to understand.

***We couldn’t understand what the baby was trying to say.

***Don’t hesitate to ask questions if you don’t understand.

***I didn’t really understand where the question came from.

***I want to better understand what the meaning of life is.

***If you speak too fast, I will not be able to understand.

***She had enough sense to understand what he really meant.


***Sometimes Tom doesn’t really understand what’s going on.

***The more you explain it, the more I don’t understand it.

***The time will come when you will understand what I mean.

***There must have been a tacit understanding between them.


***Tom and Mary could make themselves understood in French.

***While I understand what you say, I can’t agree with you.

***A person with average intelligence would understand that.

***Don’t hesitate to ask a question if you don’t understand.


***I thought you of all people would understand my decision.

***I understand Tom salted away a good deal for his old age.

***She found it impossible to understand what he was saying.

***Tom couldn’t understand why Mary was acting so strangely.

***We’re not so young that we don’t understand what love is.


***When you get to be my age, you’ll understand what I mean.

***Where is there a drugstore where they understand English?

***You’re probably too young to understand what’s happening.

***It was only much later that I came to understand the importance of child education.


***Some people can’t seem to understand that I don’t need alcohol to have a good time.

***When Oliver started driving, it seemed that he didn’t understand the risks involved.

***I can’t understand why they’re such good friends. They have hardly anything in common.

***The point of true mutual understanding has not yet been reached between Japan and China.


***The understanding of the present is impossible without a good understanding of the past.

***It’s simply that I don’t really understand what an “oddball” is when said by a Mixi user.

***I could understand the first few sentences, but the rest of his speech was all Greek to me.

***Many parents are worried their children are not being given a basic understanding of numbers.

***I understand the general approach, but I’m afraid that I’m getting bogged down in the details.


***Tom says he can’t understand how Mary manages to make so much money working only one day a week.

***What I don’t understand is why the children aren’t being allowed to play outside on such a nice day.

***As cultural exchange continued between the two countries, their mutual understanding became even deeper.

***The two men understood one another perfectly, and had a mutual respect for each other’s strong qualities.


***I’m afraid that you didn’t understand me correctly. I don’t want to be alone with you. I just want to be alone.

***He and I have a near-telepathic understanding of each other. No sooner does one of us say something than the other is already responding.

***Winning the competition is important. However, fair play is more important. You need to understand that winning is not the most important thing.

***You may not learn to speak as well as a native speaker, but you should be able to speak well enough that native speakers will understand what you have to say.

***He does not understand modern technology.

***He understands her problems more or less.

***I can barely understand what he’s saying.

***I can understand your position perfectly.

***I couldn’t understand what he was saying.


***I didn’t understand a word that guy said.

***I don’t entirely understand what he said.

***I don’t really understand how that works.

***I don’t understand a thing you’re saying.


***I don’t understand Dutch. It’s difficult.

***I don’t understand the rules of the game.

***I don’t understand what the teacher said.

***I understand it’s going to get hot again.


***I understand that you are a student here.

***I’ll understand if you’re not interested.

***It is difficult for me to understand him.

***It is difficult to understand his theory.

***It is difficult to understand this novel.


***She cannot have understood what you said.

***She could not understand the whole story.

***She could not understand why they fought.

***This book is too difficult to understand.


***Tom doesn’t understand me the way you do.

***Tom is the only one who understands this.

***Tom said something I couldn’t understand.

***Tom still doesn’t understand the problem.


***Tom understands what this means, I think.

***You must try to understand how Tom feels.

***You’ll understand all of this eventually.

***All this is simple and easy to understand.


***Do you understand what I am saying to you?

***Don’t worry. He doesn’t understand German.

***Don’t you understand what’s at stake here?

***He can make himself understood in English.


***I can’t make myself understood in English.

***I can’t understand anything you’re saying.

***I can’t understand if you speak Norwegian.

***I cannot understand what he is driving at.

***I could make myself understood in English.


***I don’t understand a word of what he says.

***I don’t understand what this means at all.

***I don’t understand what you want me to do.

***I don’t understand what you’re getting at.


***I hoped you would understand what I meant.

***I just don’t understand why it’s happened.

***I really don’t understand what’s so funny.

***I understand that a mistake has been made.


***I understand you’re visiting from America.

***It’s hard to understand the Osaka dialect.

***It’s understood that we’ll start tomorrow.


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