Read the idioms below. Do you understand the example sentences? Yes, or no, check the meaning and then use them when you speak.
In the driver’s seat
For this project, I want to be in the driver’s seat. I’ll plan everything and you’ll report to me.
I don’t like to be in the driver’s seat. I don’t want all that responsibility.
Donald should never be in the driver’s seat. He’s not good at leading people.
In the same boat
A: I don’t have any money left.
B: Me neither. We’re in the same boat.
More and more people are buying water and health drinks. That puts companies like Coke and Pepsi in the same boat as their sales decrease.
When it comes to the environment, we are all in the same boat.