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1. I hope you get my point.

2. I hope you got my point.

What is the difference of saying of above two sentences?
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zeetec4What is the difference
1. present tense - I hope you get my point now. You understand it now.
2. past tense - I hope you got my point at some time before now. You realized what I meant earlier and now you understand it.

CJ
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I hope you have got my point
anonymous I hope you have got my point

I wish you had got a period.