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I can't understand this phrase.

I have two way:

  1. He/she want to understand it is hard to do or not

  2. He/she know what it is way is simple

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I'm not certain your examples are grammatically accurate. However, I think the first sentence should be restructured as:

He/ She wants to understand whether or not it is hard to do.

or

He/ She wants to understand whether it is hard to do, or not.

Meaning:

The subject (he/ she) wants to know whether the task/ job/ action is easily doable or if it is very difficult to complete/ perform.

and as for the second sentence, I'm not sure what you meant with it. If you could clarify that sentence, I will edit the answer to try and restructure the sentence and tell you what it means.

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