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What does the following sentence mean?

I see, where you come from.
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I see, where do you come from?
= What is your home town / the country you have come from, or something similar.

CB
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I see where you are coming from - meaning 'I understand you' is used only in this tense form. (Also: I see where you were coming from)
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Hi CB and Jackson, just additionally... I've learned that "where you come from" and "where you are coming from" mean completely different things. I wonder if Jackson has in mind the latter...
FeathersHi CB and Jackson, just additionally... I've learned that "where you come from" and "where you are coming from" mean completely different things. I wonder if Jackson has in mind the latter...
Hi Feathers,

Yes, I have in mind the latter....
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Hi Jackson

Please also note that there is no comma in "I see where you're coming from".