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Idioms with place

Germany won! Congratulations to my Germany readers :) Germany is first place! (1st place)

Yesterday we learned some other ways to use place, today we'll learn the idiom: All over the place

This idiom has 2 meanings

1- everywhere
"Starbucks has become very popular in Tokyo. New cafes are opening all over the place."
= There are Starbucks cafes everywhere now.


2- not neat; not well organized
"Your desk is a mess! You've got files all over the place. How can you find anything?"
= Your desk is unorganized, it must be difficult to find a specific file.



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