08 Feb 03:20 PM

Question about English (UK)

Do I understand the phrasal verb “catch on to” correctly? Here’re my sentences:

1. Sometimes during my lectures I cannot catch on to new materials at once. I need more time and explanations.

2. Hardly had she caught on to his intentions when she broke up with him

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