Useful phrases when you do not understand

Hi guys! What's up?

I think there are times when you are talking in English with a foreigner, you do not know what the other person said. I can not catch up and I do not understand what the other person says. . . I do not know what to do. I do not know what to say.
I will introduce a simple phrase that can be used at times like this.



When you do not understand what the other person says,

I'm sorry, could you say that again?又はI'm sorry, could you repeat that?

(Excuse me, could you repeat that?)

Let's say! At first, it may not be possible to say smoothly, but at such times, it is all right with "I'm sorry" or "Sorry?".

What matters at this time is that I feel sorry for a moment.
I do not understand English because it is a problem on this side, so I am very sorry for the attitude like "I do not understand a little," to the native speaker.
So, when you do not understand or do not understand, please say "Sorry?" sorry for a moment. In that case, I think that I will rephase one more time.


If you do not understand even if you say it again,

I'm sorry, could you say that again slowly?
(Excuse me, could you say it slowly?)

Let's say!

Also, when you can hear it but do not know the meaning of the word,

I'm sorry, could you use easy words?
(Excuse me, but could you tell me in simple words?

Please say that.

As all are convenient sentences, please remember!

Then, See you next time!

by KAZ
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