Saim wrote:The first expressions that come to mind are "I see", "that makes sense" and "I get you"; or maybe even a simple "yeah", "oh, OK" or "uh-huh".
Several people I know like to use "Got it!" but that sounds too brusque to me in most contexts. I only really find it acceptable when you're giving someone instructions and time is short (e.g. rushing to prepare a meal); otherwise it sounds dismissive. For whatever reason, I don't feel the same way about "Gotcha!"
Linguaphile wrote:There's also "I feel you," also something I've heard but don't tend to use.
I associate "I feel you" with African-American Vernacular English. IME, AAVE-speakers often use "(You) feel me?" to solicit confirmation when speaking. I don't recall hearing this from non-speakers, only the affirmation "I feel you".
By the way, there's nothing that says you have to create your own thread to ask questions in instead of creating a new thread for each question, but learners often do this in order to keep from cluttering up the various groups with lots of very short threads.
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