To “catch on” means ___.
a. to understand
b. to be punished
c. to grab something
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Other quiz: Grammar
A: Mom, can we please get a goldfish?
B: ___, if you promise to take good care of it.
A. I’m afraid so
B. I suppose so
C. I hope so
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