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His broken English was becoming more and more understandable.

And therefore it is true, that the more understandable it is, the better.

They spoke fairly good pigeon English, and it will be more understandable if properly translated.

When they are made, the narrative which follows will be more understandable and more enjoyable.

But they were no more understandable than had been the first speech of the man with the glittering triangle.

I have put it in the form of a dialogue, that it may be the more understandable to the general reader.

There was unfortunately nobody among us who was inclined to make it more understandable to him by a few drachmas.

After all, the charge of the judge is not more understandable than most of the other parts of the trial.