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    different wavelength

    Dear Teachers,

    Please if iwant to describe a situation between tow people who all the times argue and debate about everything , could i say in this case that they are on a different wavelength ? and what is the expression used to describe the opposite case?

    thanks indeed.

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    Re: different wavelength

    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid79 View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    Please if iwant to describe a situation between tow people who all the times argue and debate about everything , could i say in this case that they are on a different wavelength ? and what is the expression used to describe the opposite case?

    thanks indeed.
    I would say:
    They are just not on the same wavelength.

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    Re: different wavelength

    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid79 View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    Please if iwant to describe a situation between two people who all the times argue and debate about everything , could i say in this case that they are on a different wavelength ? Yes
    and what is the expression used to describe the opposite case?
    on the same wavelength
    Space after punctuation marks, not before.
    ~R

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