Last week, I was in a lesson with a learner who was telling me he really enjoyed working with his new boss because they seemed to be “on the same boat”.
He was referring to the fact that they both have similar views and a similar approach when it comes to their business, so what he really meant was that they were on the same page.
What do they mean?
How do we use them in context?
Can we use other expressions that mean the same?
‘On the same wavelength‘ can be used instead of ‘On the same page’.
It would make us happy if you could share this post with a fried who needs to gain confidence in English. Learning a little English every day, goes a long way.