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How do you say “I hear you”?

There is a French equivalent when used to acknowledge your interlocutor’s point of view, but it is rather formal: j’entends bien.

J’entends bien, mais nous devons faire des économies.

More common phrases may be, depending on the context:

Je sais

Je sais bien

Je comprends

J’ai compris

j’ai bien compris

Je suis d’accord

Je suis bien d’accord

They can all be used as a prelude to a counter-argument in a discussion.

Je sais bien, mais on ne peut pas se permettre de tels changements pour l’instant

If you want to express a sense of sympathy, after a rhetorical question, as in your first example, a more appropriate turn is comme je te comprends:

Tu en as marre des publicités ? Comme je te comprends.

There is a verb that precisely means “to sympathize with; to understand the feelings or opinion of”, although sligthly formal, compatir :

Je compatis.


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