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Can I use the phrase 'to get through to someone' when I can't make myself understood in English?

I know this phrase can be used when someone fails to persuade others into changing their minds. Is it correct? Like "Maybe I'm not getting through to you"

And I also want to ask you if it is okay to use it like when I messed up on pronunciation and others don't get what I'm trying to say.

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Can I use the phrase 'to get through to someone' when I can't make myself understood in English?

I know this phrase can be used when someone fails to persuade others into changing their minds. Is it correct? Like "Maybe I'm not getting through to you"

And I also want to ask you if it is okay to use it like when I messed up on pronunciation and others don't get what I'm trying to say.
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