The sentence is:


I just need some help understanding how this sentence is structured and what 'kita ki ga suru' indicates over here?


The separation is incorrect. It should be: 分かってきた / きがする

分かってきた here it means “finally understand”.

きがする (usually written as 気がする) means “I think...” in this context.

So the sentence means “I think I finally understand a little bit, but I may have got it wrong though.”

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