Please, help me to understand the differences between: wakata, wakatteru, wakarimashita in Japanese. When I can use it?
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Wakatta and wakarimashita are interchangeable. The difference is that wakarimashita is conjugate for politeness. Wakatta is the more casual or plain form. Wakarimashita is to be used with people who are higher then you (teacher, boss, people who are older then you, etc). Wakatteru is add emphisase on that fact that you Know that things RIGHT NOW. Wakatta and wakarimashita are both past tense and is more like "understood" or "I got it" where as wakatteru is more like "I get it" or "I understand".
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