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I know he is slow ____ understanding, but you have to be patient with him.

A. on
B. at
C. to
D. from

Note: I have heard “slow to respond”, but I am not sure if people would normally say “slow to understanding.” Shouldn’t it be “slow to understand” instead?

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Yes that's correct, slow to understand is right.
    The answer to your question above is B he is slow at understanding

     

    Slow to understand sounds just fine. Maybe "slow to understand things", or instead of "things", use something more specific.

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