What do you mean by the idiomatic expression “Above my understanding”?

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MY DEAR FRIEND;

I THINK YOU USE IT WHEN SOMETHING IS DIFFICUALT AND NEEDS GREAT DEAL OF TIME, THINKING, ETC.

IT IS MORE COMMON TO SAY “BEYOND MY UNDERSTANDING”.

ONCE, LEARNING ENGLISH WAS ABOVE MY UNDERSTANDING, BUT AFTER MAKING LOT OF EFFORTS I OVERCAME THAT PROBLEM.

Promoter Answered on 10/07/2018.
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