1. top on someone’s list
Today we are going to learn “top on someone’s list”. It means the most important thing for somebody.
(1). You’re on the top of my list of people to beat up!
(2). Studying hard is on the top of my list.
2. all over
Another phrase is “all over”. It means everywhere.
A: His clothes and shoes are all over the house!
B: It’s hard adjusting to married life, isn’t it？