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[13] But we may also borrow from a word of cognate meaning. For “I understand,” or “I feel” or “I see” are often equivalent to “I know.” Reading will provide us with a rich store of expressions such as these, and will enable us not merely to use them when they occur to us, but also in the appropriate manner. For they are not always interchangeable:

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