Are you usually on board with your boss or have you thought about jumping ship? Are you the kind of person who likes to rock the boat or make waves? If so I hope you’re not in deep water. These are nautical idioms that you can use in your everyday English conversations in the workplace and with your friends and family.
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- The students’ demand for change in the school’s curriculum started to rock the boat, leading to a heated debate among the faculty.
- The intern is learning the ropes of the marketing department by shadowing experienced colleagues and familiarizing themselves with the company’s marketing strategies.
- Sarah pitched her innovative marketing strategy to the team, and everyone was on board with her ideas
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