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get into the swing of things

Meaning 1
to begin to understand something, to be actively involved
Sentence 1
You'll get into the swing of things soon. You've only been here a month.
Meaning 2
to be actively involved
Sentence 2
The president of the corporation told his financial officer that he was doing well; he was getting into the swing of things.

Derivation

This idiom refers primarily to the word "swing" as an action and not to a specific sports term.