It may be difficult to find people who are on the same wavelength as you, but when you find them, make sure to nurture your relationships. The best friends last a lifetime!
Check out the video below to learn more about today’s idiom.
A wavelength is like a radio signal, so… if two people are on the same wavelength, they’re listening to the same radio station?! Not exactly! If two people are on the same wavelength, they are thinking in a similar way, or they easily understand and agree with each other.
Let’s look at a few examples of how to use this phrase in context:
- Joanne and Mark tend to be on the same wavelength on most issues, so they work together really well.
- The team understands what our manager wants us to do. We’re all on the same wavelength, and we’re all fighting hard to win.
- The Republicans and the Democrats are not on the same wavelength about this issue at all. I can’t see how they will ever reach an agreement.
So, there we are: on the same wavelength. Show me we’re on the same wavelength by using this phrase in sentences of your own. I look forward to reading the comments.
Read the questions below. In response, practice making your own sentences using today’s idiom.
- Did you ever grow apart from a friend or a group of friends? Why might this have happened?
- Do you feel like you have a similar mindset to that of your partner, family members, or friends?
- Have you ever met someone and felt a strong connection with them immediately? Why did this happen?
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