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Learning in English what to say when you don't understand what they have said

What to say when you don't understand?

When are having a conversation sometimes you will not understand what someone as said you. It is important to know what to say when you do not understand someone. In the UK a lot of people say “What?”, but this can seem to be a little rude, it is best to say some of the following.

List of what to say when you do not understand

Can you repeat that again, please?

Could you repeat that again, please?

Can you say that again, please?

Could you say that again, please?

Could you please speak more slowly I do not understand you?

Can you please speak more slowly I do not understand you?

I am sorry, I don’t understand what you said.

What did you say?

I am a little confused. Would you mind explaining it again to me?

I did not catch that, sorry?

What was that?

Excuse me.

Sorry; what did you just say?

I’m sorry; I don’t fully understand what you have just said, what do you mean.

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