Yes.Antonio said:This is a tricky question but I understand that "on the same wavelength" means understanding each other, communicating clearly. This phrase is the same thing as "on the same track".
Yes, Antonio, you are on the right track.Antonio said:Hi Group,
This is a tricky question but I understand that "on the same wavelength" means understanding each other, communicating clearly. This phrase is the same thing as "on the same track".
Your sentence makes sense, but what about this sentence:
For me, it doesn't sound so good to say, for example "Yeah Matt, and on the right track, and then you add a comment, bla, bla, bla".
From my point of view, is way better and it sounds better, the previous examples that you gave me.
But if I am right or if I am wrong, please let me know.
Please give us an example of "in the right track"Sharon said:This might get confusing, and I am sorry. If my Spanish was better, I might try it, but I am afraid I would complicate it more. Can anyone help?
If two people are talking, and one makes a statement, for example, "Yeah, Matt, it's going to rain today." They can then follow that statement with, "On the same track, I should (take my umbrella.) or (close the windows.) or (not wash the car.) or any number of things that follow the same line of thought. Therefore, the "train of thoughts" are on the same track.
Thank you, now I understand!Sharon said:Maru, do you mean on the right track?
The best one I can come up with on short notice is this. A friend of mine has a birthday coming up, and I told them I got them a present. (I got them a sapphire necklace.) They start asking, "What did you get me?" and I tell them, "You have to guess." They :"A new car?" Me: "No." They: "A book?" Me: "No" They:"A diamond necklace?" Me:"No, but you are on the right track." This means they are not right, but they are getting closer to being right.