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I would like to continue the sentence with the idea that we will work tuned in. Is it...?

we need to be sure that we are in the same page for this work

we need to be sure that we are in the same page to this work

we need to be sure that we are in the same page in this work

or any other correct ussage

It just seems to me that none of them is right, and I would like to know how that expression is used

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    The idiom is "on the same page". – Hot Licks May 9 '18 at 21:57
  • you said it in your 1st sentence: all in tune – lbf May 9 '18 at 22:45
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The preposition in works best here.

"… we are on the same page in this"

You could also say,
"… we are on the same page regarding this work"

HTH.

  • are the other preposition wrong? is it a matter of language usage or the other preposition won't mean anything if I use them in that context? – quipincita May 11 '18 at 21:07
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Okay, I think we are reading from the same page now. We can discuss the future of this project more productively.

TFD

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