- 1 Post By gabber
Eye to eye
Good afternoon teachers,
I have just listened a podacst which two persons are disagreeing, and one of them told to the other that 'I see eye to eye', but I do not understand the meaning of this phrase.
I believe they are not talking about a situation which two people are seing one to another.
Can someone show me the beginning of the way?
Thanks in advance for your collaboration. If I made mistakes in my quote do not hesitate to correct me.
Re: Eye to eye
The phrase "see eye to eye" is an idiom that means "agree." And it always has a plural human subject, like "we" or "they," never "I."
Originally Posted by The French
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