English Idioms – Lose your way

From http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/

lose your way

1 to become lostWe lost our way in the dark.2 to forget or move away from the purpose or reason for somethingI feel that the project has lost its way.

“I get lost very easily sometimes. It’s easy for me to lose my way, especially in a big city that I am visiting for the first time.”

Do you ever lose your way while you are traveling?

“I don’t know where I am. Can you help me?”

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