I've got it!
I have learned that 'get' also means' understand' but Longman dictionary says, "I have got it" means I suddenly understand a situation." However I think that I have got it should mean I have understood it, or is there a reason have got is considered as a present tense here in meaning?
English is really hard to get and I was wondering how you native English get all of these kinds of things. I am so jealous :-)
spoken I've got it used to say you have suddenly thought of the solution to a problem or that you suddenly understand a situation.
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