Focus on the pronunciation of onto
English definition of “onto”
/ˈɔn·tə/, /ˈɑn-/, /-tu/ prep
› into a position on: Gennaro tossed his newspaper onto the table. be onto › To be onto something or someone is to be aware of other information relating to the situation, esp. when someone is trying to deceive you: Everybody is onto you – why don’t you admit you lied?