Present Tense: Catch On/ Catches On
-ing Form: Catching On
Past Tense: Caught On
Past Participle: Caught On
To understand or realize something.
She finally caught on to what the man was telling her.
I didn't catch on to what was happening in the movie until near the end.
To become popular.
TLC immediately caught on when they released their first single 'Ain't to Proud to Beg'.
I wish twerkin' never caught on.
You have to watch the first part of the series in order to ______ _____ to what's happening.
The swindlers tried to make her do an illegal deal, but she ______ _____ quickly and bailed.
With constant training, your pet will finally ______ ____ to what to do and what not to do.
Bamboo earrings didn't start to ____ ____ until the early 90's.
I sure hope poodle skirts don't ______ _____ again.
Watch how the Alpine permaculture Catches On in this video clip
1.) How was the phrasal verb used in the video?
2.) How does the Apline permaculture catch on?