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English Idiom Lesson – All Over The Map


Are you organized? When you need to give a presentation at a meeting, can you stay on topic, or are your thoughts and ideas disorganized. Have you attended a presentation where the speaker was all over the map?

The idiom to be all over the map means that the person is disorganized. You can use this idiom in the following ways:

[someone] is all over the map.

  • Jack is all over the map today.
  • I have too much to do, and not enough time to do it all. I feel like I am all over the map.

[something] is all over the map.

  • The CEO’s speech was is all over the map, and he talked for two hours.
  • I didn’t enjoy that book. The story was is all over the map.

Do you know anyone who is all over the map? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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