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1. They can understand new commands after only a few times.

(Does 'only' modify 'after a few times'? noun phrase...)

2. They understand new commands only after about 100 times.

(Does 'only' modify 'after abut 100 times'? adverbial phrasse...)

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    Yes, in both sentences, you have "only" in the right place for the very reasons you have written. Nice!

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