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Wordsmith.org Forums General Topics Miscellany "I'm clear about that" or "It's clear to me"?
OP I think it's not very clear to me again after reading on.
Does "I'm clear on that" mean "I understand that(something you just said) very clear" or "I have said that very clear (so you might have known what I mean)"? The former or the latter?
Do inform me if you see any corrections needed in my written English.
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