I (don’t) get it.

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Notice how the end of “don’t” is pronounced /ŋ/ (like “sing”), to make it easier to get to the /g/ in “get”. There’s usually a very slight pause between them, but keep the back of your tongue in contact.

This phrase means “I don’t understand”, or in affirmative, “I understand”. It’s informal.

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