字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey guys it's Shane from English Understood here. When we use the present simple tense, we normally use it to talk about facts or to talk about habits or routines. Do you get me? Do you get me? Huh!? What does that mean? Do you get me? Guys, 'Do you get me?' means 'Do you understand me?' It's a very casual way to ask someone do they understand you. And when a native speaker says it really fast, it sounds like this. Djyuh get me? Djyuh get me? We don't say 'do you'. We say 'djyuh'. Djyuh get me? Djyuh get me? Now you try. Djyuh get me? So if I say, 'Do you think he got me?', what do you think that means? That means 'Do you think he understood me?' in the past because I changed 'get' to 'got'. So this is a really really good phrase to use to ask someone do they understand you. So try it with your friends and if they don't understand, you can teach them.