FAQs

  • Allow me to explain.
  • Allow me to elaborate on that.
  • Allow me to phrase it another way.
  • Please allow me to explain.
  • That is to say.
  • To put it another way.
  • To put it another way.

Here are some common phrases and expressions for requesting explanation or expressing your lack of comprehension. Does that imply... / Do you imply...? If I understand you correctly, you want me to... I'm not sure I understand what you're saying.

Clarify is defined as "to make anything more plain or understandable." A instructor answering questions regarding a lesson is an example of to clarify. To clarify a liquid means to cleanse it in order for it to become clear or to remove something. Cooking butter and skimming off the foam is one example of clarifying.

Being an aggressive communicator will guarantee that you fully comprehend what is required, which will aid in the resolution of miscommunication among the participants in a meeting, project, or scope of work. Communication, team effectiveness, and organisational culture all benefit from clarity.

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