Ryan’s Phrase Of The Day: In A Muddle .
Meaning: Confused, unsure
Example (1): “Sometimes when I’m learning Spanish I get in a muddle as there are quite a few grammar differences from English.”
Example (2): “It’s easy to get in a muddle over this pandemic as the British government keeps changing the advice about masks, restrictions and how the virus is spread. It’s a complete mess.”
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