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What is correct way to say:

I can't understand what your point is?

or

I can't understand what is your point?

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I can't understand what your point is?

I can't understand what is your point?

You have question marks for both of those. However telling someone that you don't understand is not a question, it is a statement. So the first thing to do is remove the question marks.

I can't understand what your point is.

I can't understand what is your point.

The former is the normal word order in English for a statement so that is the correct version.

Afterthought

In fact it can be a question if split into two, i.e.

I can't understand. What is your point?

or perhaps

I don't understand. What is your point?

  • Yes; note also that the more usual thing to say in this context is "But what's your point?", "So what's your point?", or "And your point is...?" – aparente001 Sep 1 '15 at 19:55

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