Hello, fellas. Tonight we’ll have a quiz to test your knowledge on Halloween. Let’s begin! Continue reading #EngQuiz: Halloween trivia
Here I have a little game to play. If some of you are tired and stressed out because you’ve just finished your work or lecture, I hope you’ll will refreshed.
How many nationality do you know in this world? You might have heard of the famous ones such as American, British, Chinese, Korean. But this time, I want to measure your knowledge by letting you guess the nationality for people who live in a country we rarely hear about.
I will give you 8 clues which are the suffix usually put after the name of the country. They are: -ian, -ean, -an, -ese, -er, ic, -ish, and –i. Okay, let’s begin and I will start from the easiest one. I bet you have heard or read about it somewhere.
- Belgium = _ _ _ _ _ _ _
- Egypt = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
- Sweden = _ _ _ _ _ _ _
- Iraq = _ _ _ _ _
- Bangladesh = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
- Finland = _ _ _ _ _ _ _
- Poland = _ _ _ _ _ _
- Switzerland = _ _ _ _ _
- Kuwait = _ _ _ _ _ _ _
- Morocco = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
- You might heard that Swiss is a name of a country. You might also think that Swiss is the other name of Switzerland or Sweden, but apparently Switzerland and Sweden are two different countries. And Swiss is not a country, but a nationality.
- #EngGame: Valentine’s day vocabulary
- #EngQuiz: The scramble word
- #EngQuiz: Guess the idiom!
- #EngQuiz: Halloween trivia
- #EngGame: Solve these riddles (20)
What appears on Goku’s head when he died and waves upon meeting you?
Halo, Fellas! How are you today? cringes very hard
We’re going to do a fun and cringe-worthy game! Just as the one I mentioned at the start of this article.
What is pun?
Do you know what pun is, Fellas? Check out #EngTrivia: About pun to help you understand puns!
Pun, or paranomasia, is some sort of a wordplay joke. It mainly uses homophones or words that have dual meanings.
#EngGame: So punny
Well, enough with the introduction. Let’s get some basic rules for our #EngGame! I will state one or two sentences and you finish it with puns!
Let’s start simple:
- What did the sea say to the sand?
- Why was the toilet paper rolling down the hills?
- Why couldn’t the bicycle stand up on its own?
- Why does he hate insect jokes?
- What happens to the man who got into an accident in the textile factory?
- Why is the Grizzly so proud of his den?
- Why won’t your teddy bear eat?
- What do you call a literate insect?
- Why do crabs never give to charity?
- Nothing, it just waved.
- To get to the bottom.
- Because it’s two tired.
- Because it bugs him.
- He’s dyeing now.
- He built it with his bear hands.
- He is already stuffed.
- A spelling bee.
- Because they are shellfish.
Sorry for all the cringe I made, Fellas! I know some (or all) of them are lame but they entertain me!
- #EngTrivia: About pun
- #EngTalk: School and education related puns
- #EngTalk: Coffee related puns
- #EngQuiz: Animal related puns
- #EngGame: Guess the clues
Hi, fellas. What are you up to tonight? If you got nothing to do, stay tuned on our timeline because we’ll have an
Today we’ll have an
#EngQuiz called Guess the Idiom. So, I will share a picture of an idiom and the clue, then you have to guess what idiom is it. Today’s idiom theme is falling in love! In this post, I’d simply share the summary of the game. Enjoy! ;)
Clue: someone important
Answer: The big cheese
1. Clue: to describe something very briefly.
Answer: in a nutshell.
2. Clue: the one you love the most.
Answer: The apple of (one’s) eyes.
3. Clue: to tell a secret to someone who is not supposed to know about it.
Answer: spill the bean
4. Clue: a very easy task.
Answer: a piece of cake
5. Clue: a bad person.
Answer: Bad egg
6. Clue: Someone who just sits on the couch watching TV.
Answer: a couch potato
7. Clue: to treat someone to an expensive meal.
Answer: wine and dine
8. Clue: Something one enjoys or does well.
Answer: cup of tea
I think it is a wrap for today’s . Anyway, thank you for joining me in this session.
Do you play Quiz Up, fellas? What’s your favorite category? Let’s play The Scramble Word!
So, I’ll give you some scrambled letters and some options, then you have to choose the right one.
- #EngQuiz: Guess the idiom
- #EngQuiz: Word relationship
- #EngQuiz: Loose, lose, or loss
- #EngQuiz: Commonly mispronounced words
- #EngQuiz: Choose the correct one
Tonight we’ll have an # called Odd One Out. Stay tuned, fellas! :D
So, I’ll drop a group of words and you have to choose which one doesn’t belong to the group. Pretty simple, right? Let’s have fun, fellas! :D
1. Surgeon, doctor, vet, nurse, optician
A vet works with animals, all the others work with people.
2. Van, car, lorry, bicycle, bus
A bicycle is moved by foot pedals, all the others are motorised.
3. Kindergarten, college, office, school, university
An office is a place of work, all the others are places of education.
4. Leg, ankle, wrist, knee, elbow
Leg is not joint, all the others are joints.
5. Love, hatred, fear, greed, anger
Greed is not an emotion, all the others are emotions.
6. Dog, dolphin, donkey, dragon, dinosaur
Dragon is a mythical creature, all the others are real creatures.
7. Hiccup, blink, sneeze, yawn, chew
Chew is a voluntary action, all the others are reflexive actions.
8. Tooth, mice, children, feet, pants
Tooth is singular, all the others are plural.
9. Son, nephew, aunt, uncle, brother
Aunt is the only female relative, all the others are male relatives.
10. Lizard, lion, elephant, parrot, bear
Bear is an animal with no tail, all the others have tails.
It’s a wrap, fellas! Thank you for participating. I hope you enjoyed it.
Compiled and written by @AnienditaR at @EnglishTips4u on April 2, 2016
In this article, I will be sharing some words related to train travel. Let’s start!
- Timetable. Meaning: the schedule of arriving and departing trains.
- Platform. Meaning: a raised structure along the side of a railroad track where passengers get on and off trains at a station.
- Luggage rack. Meaning: a shelf for stowing luggage, typically overhead.
- Board. Meaning: to get on a train.
- Derail. Meaning: (of a train) to run off the rails.
- Railroad. Meaning: a track or set of tracks made of steel rails along which passenger and freight trains run.
- Level crossing. Meaning: a place where a railroad and a road, or two railroad lines, cross at the same level.
- Ticket Barrier. Meaning: a barrier through which you are allowed to pass only if you scan or insert a valid train ticket into a machine. The machine is called turnstile or baffle gate.
- #EngVocab: Air travel vocabulary (2)
- #IOTW: Idioms related to tourism, hospitality, traveling
- #EngVocab: Air travel vocabulary
- #EngVocab: Travel phrasal verbs
- #EngTips: Taking a flight for your holiday
G’ evening, fellas! How was your week? Mine was exhausting, huhu. I hope yours was better than mine. :)
I have prepared some # about Valentine’s vocabulary for today’s session. Who’s excited?
What you gotta do is fill in the blanks and form a word according to the description given. Shall we start now, fellas?
1. B _ _ _ _ _ _ = an attractively arranged flower that usually given as a present on Valentine’s Day.
2. L_ _ _b_ _ d = two people who are obviously very much in love with each other.
3. C _ _ _ _ = a Roman god of love, often represented by a naked baby boy with wings and love arrow.
4. D _ _ _ _ _ g = an affectionate form of address to a beloved person.
5. U _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ d L _ _ _ = one-sided love.
6. C _ _ _ _ _ _ a = a man with a reputation for having many love adventures.
7. H _ _ _ O _ _ _ H _ _ _ _ = an idiom which means being so infatuated with someone.
8. P _ _ _ _ L _ _ _ = an idiom which means temporary infatuation between young people
9. D _ _ _ _ _ D _ _ _ = a date which involves two couples.
10. L_ _ _ _- d_ _ _ _ = an idiom which means making an excessive display of affection.
- Head over heals
- Puppy love
- Double date
It’s a wrap for tonight, fellas. Thank you for your participation and…. have a great weekend! :)
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” ― Oscar Wilde
Everyone must know quotes. I often see the quotes with beautiful, moving, or inspiring messages, as well as… typos or grammatical error.
I saved a few which I found randomly and I’d like to ask you to point out the error or mistake in them. Are you ready?
Here’s our first. Can you spot it?
- With – with – with –> with – will – with
- Love’s –> loves
- Piece –> peace
- Your in my grasp –> you’re in my grasp
- Then –> than
- Arent, your, to –> aren’t, you’re, too
- Peoples –> people’s
- Man, happen –> men, happens
- Its –> it’s
- Excepted –> accepted
- #EngTrivia: Common mistakes and confusing words in English
- #EngPic: Mistakes on school textbook
- #EngTrivia: Common grammar mistakes
- #EngQuiz: Common mistakes in english
- #EngPic: Fix the typos and/or grammar
Good evening, Fellas! How has your Saturday been? I hope you had an awesome one! Today we’ll have an
#EngGame called “Guess The Idiom.” So, I will share a picture of an idiom and the clue, then you have to guess what idiom is it. Today’s idiom theme is falling in love! In this post, I’d simply share the summary of the game. Enjoy! ;)
Clue: to be strongly attached to someone.
Clue: temporary infatuation between young people.
- “At the time I was sure I would marry him when I grew up, but of course, it was just puppy love.“
Clue: making an excessive display of affection.
- “It sickens me to see the couple acting lovey-dovey all the time.”
Clue: a date which involves two couples.
- “He asked me to go on a double date with his brother.”
Clue: to be very much in love with someone.
- “It’s obvious that Robin and Barney head over heels in love with each other.”
Clue: a relationship that’s likely to be happy and successful.
- “Lily and Marshall are really well suited. They are a match made in heaven.”
I think it is a wrap for today’s
#EngGame. Anyway, thank you for joining me in this session. I hope it has been useful for you guys! ;)
- Have the hots.
- Puppy love.
- Double date.
- Head over heels.
- Match made in heaven.
- #EngVocab: Other ways to say “love”
- #IOTW: Valentine’s idioms
- #EngGame: Valentine’s day vocabulary
- #EngVocab: Different kinds of love
- #EngQuote: Love
Fellassss! How are you? Did you have anything special today? Perhaps any of you got a new boyfie or girlfriend? LOL. Today, we are gonna have a game – a cheesy game but it’s pretty entertaining if you have a dull (membosankan) evening. This time, we will play a game on songs. What songs? Indonesian songs! But then they are translated into English.
The challenge is, you gotta guess what the titles of the songs are. There will be two clues: the singer and the year of release. Most of the lyrics translated are the refrain and the beginning. So, I’m sure some of you can guess the title of the songs. Ready? Here we go..
(1) God, please.. Only for this time
Give me strength to deep see her eyes
God, please.. Only for this time
Make the day smooth.
The day with her (Sheila on 7, 2010)
(2) Sorry, but I need to leave.
I can’t live with it.
I am not blunt as your kept women.
Thank God you revealed who he really was.
Sorry, we gotta break up. (Krisdayanti, 2007)
(3) Imagine, feel it…
If all the tables turned to you.
Imagine, feel it…
If you were in my shoes. (Maudy Ayunda, 2014)
(4) This is how it feels
For being used to the heart breaks
Do face the suffer
For being used to the hurt (The Rain, 2013)
(5) What is it for? What is love without honesty?
What is it for? What is love without deeds?
It has no meaning. (Maudy Ayunda, 2015)
(6) It has been long alone
It has been long alone that I enjoyed the emptiness
It has been long with no accompany (Kunto Aji, 2014)
(7) Be patient, darling. I will be home
Don’t you listen to the gossips
I promise that I’ll always be with you
Although I am not by your side (Repvblik, 2014)
(8) Half of my soul has gone
All were beautiful yet hurtful at the end
You left me, consciously (Anang, 2009)
(9) What is wrong with this song?
Why do I remember you again?
As I can feel..
Your heart’s trembles and steps
Where are they gonna lead me? (Sheila on 7, 2014)
Alrighty! Tetoooot. The time is up. Here are the answers. Check if you guessed them correct.
- Hari Bersamanya (Sheila on 7, 2010)
- I’m Sorry Goodbye (Krisdayanti, 2007)
- Bayangkan Rasakan (Maudy Ayunda, 2014)
- Terlatih Patah Hati (The Rain, 2013)
- Untuk Apa (Maudy Ayunda, 2015)
- Terlalu Lama Sendiri (Kunto Aji, 2014)
- Selimut Tetangga (Repvblik, 2014)
- Separuh Jiwaku Pergi (Anang, 2009)
- Lapang Dada (Sheila on 7, 2014)
Anyway, we should thank all the Indonesian musicians and artists for creating such beautiful songs. Thank youuuu!
Compiled and written by @wisznu at @EnglishTips4u on September 17, 2015
Happy Chinese New Year to those celebrating! :D
So how has your day been? Heard everyone is on holiday :)
“@renggasanti: holiday and it’s cold. It was 22°c here…” well it’s 8 degrees in London hehe
“@english_pku: It’s been quite rainy, hopefully a prosperous rain :)” heard it’s luck if it rains on Chinese New Year day :)
Since some of you are bored, let’s do a bit of #EngGame :)
There will be 3 questions that you have to guess the event I am describing :)
Are you ready? :)
Here we go!
Q1. It’s full of people, I am wearing a hat that I can only wear today, usually its little rope like moved from one side to another by my senior teacher. Which event am I in?
Q2. Everyone would sit on the side of the stage, looking at someone walking from one end to the other, posing, looking fashionable. Where am I?
Q3. It is a big field, people singing shouting supporting their teams, you see the ball kicked from the other side to another. By the keepers when one fails to goal. Where am I?
You have 15 minutes to answer :)
So we have our answers! Here they are!
A1. I am on my “@youyaa_: graduation day”
A2. I am at a “@tini_tea: Fashion show ”
A3. I am at a “@BhayanRiyan: football match”
Did any of you got all answers right? :D
Well done to all fellas who have answered all of them well! :)
Hope you had fun tonight with our short #EngGame!
Happy Valentine’s Day fellas :) ♡♡♡
So today we are going to do a bit of an #EngGame with prize :) anyone up for it?
Okay, here is what you have to do! :D
Once again the #EngGame is to answer: What did you say to your Valentine today? Or what do you wish to say? Best words and phrases win!
Fellas have one hour to share! Gogogogogo!
@Elleore: a hundred hearts would be too few to carry all my love for you.
@Elleore: I love you not because I need you, but I need you because I love you.
@djunov: I wish I could say to everyone in this world that Love is universal. Spread ur love to the world. Not to the person. :)
@fabfebby: hey, Mr. Tied Up All the Time! I wish I could spend this day with you, just the two of us.
@iethaita: wish distance is never our problem because eventually love will deliver you to me but today I miss you my valentine#EngGame
@UtamiEster: I am truly, deeply, madly, desperately, passionately in love with you, my sunshine of mine, Mr. Bi @… xD
@Oo_Rakan_oO: Love is not only a day, Love should be everyday !
Aww such sweet words from all :3
Annnnddd the winner of our book goes to…. *drumrolls
It is @iethaita! Congratulations! :D
To all fellas who have participated the #EngGame, well done! :D
Admin will tweet some riddles about food and here they are:
- I’m cut into slices. I’m made of wheat. I’m baked in a loaf. What am I?
- They’re a type of fruit. They’re red, purple or green. They’re little and round. They can be as small as beans. What are they?
- I’m round and red. My meat is also red. Some people think I’m a vegetable but I’m also a fruit. What am I?
- It’s hard and red. Its smell is strange. People eat them cooked as well as uncooked. It’s said to be good for our eyes. What is it?
- Throw out my outer. Keep my inner. Eat my outer. Throw out my inner. What am I?
- I’m white. You can drink me. I’m in the dairy group. Who am I?
- I’m green and when you cut me open, I’m red. You eat me in the summer time. What am I?
- I’m very soft. I can be sweet. I’m cold. Who am I?
- What grows under ground and has eyes?
- What is green on the outside and with lots of small green balls on the inside when you open it up?
And the answers are:
- Ice cream
Here are the fellas who have answered the riddles correctly:
- @tanprim Bread “@EnglishTips4U: 1. I’m cut into slices. I’m made of wheat. I’m baked in a loaf. What am I?
- @kisinje_II Grapes? RT @EnglishTips4U: 2. They’re red, purple or green. They’re little and round. They can be as small as beans. What are they?
- @Indah_Agstn tomato RT @EnglishTips4U: 3. I’m round and red. My meat is also red. Some people think I’m a vegetable but I’m also a fruit.
- @ninispuspa Carrot RT @EnglishTips4U: 4. It’s hard and red. Its smell is strange. People eat them cooked as well as uncooked. It’s said to be good for our eyes. What is it?
- @lintaarchie Corn! RT @EnglishTips4U: 5. Throw out my outer. Keep my inner. Eat my outer. Throw out my inner. What am I?
- @deaAS96 Milk!RT @EnglishTips4U: 6. I’m white. You can drink me. I’m in the dairy group. Who am I?
- @cndcarissa Watermelon!! RT@EnglishTips4U: 7. I’m green and when you cut me open, I’m red. You eat me in the summer time. What am I?
- @bobby_hernandez ice cream RT @EnglishTips4U: 8. I’m very soft. I can be sweet. I’m cold. Who am I?
- @mpoooooootttt Potato RT @EnglishTips4U: 9. What grows under ground and has eyes?
- @pupstoding Beans RT @EnglishTips4U What is green on the outside and with lots of small green balls on the inside when you open it up?
That’s a wrap. Hope you guys had fun with the riddles!
Hi fellas :) How’s your Saturday been? Is anyone here a fan of the Harry Potter movies? :)
Well do not worry if you do not like it, but the #EngGame today will be related to it :)
So, fellas have you heard of the Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter?
So The Making of Harry Potter studio is THE studio where Harry Potter movies are made all this time
It is in the Leavesden Studios, located just outside of London on a region called Hertfordshire
So, here are the rules of the #EngGame before we start
- Fill in the blank space (________) with appropriate word(s) based on the #EngPic provided
- As this will be like the “tour”, the first best answer will get a Retweet (RT) straight away, so think fast :D
- All answers have to be in English
Let’s start :D
Q1. The tour started by seeing the under the s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ e set of the first Harry Potter movie.
Q2. Each Harry Potter movie is an a _ _ _ _ _ _ n of the same titled b _ _ k
Q3. Things that excited us from the first movie, is the e _ _ _ _ _ _ e to the g _ _ _ _ h _ _ _
Q4. As we start the tour, there were names of the s _ _ _ _ _ w _ _ _ _ _ s
Q5 (Related to Q4). They are responsible in creating the d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ s for the movies
Q6. There were also acknowledgements of the Executive Producers, Producers, and 4 D _ _ _ _ _ _ _ s
Q7. There were also Cinematography, Art Direction, H _ _ _ & M _ _ _ U_ involved in these movies. Is the picture showing Bellatrix and Dumbledore’s h _ _ rs? Is this a M _ _ e U _ artist responsibility?
Q8. Not to forget the Costume Design for the clothes that a _ t _ rs and act _ _ _ _ es wore.
Q9. Of course many variety of P _ _ ps were involved in this movie
Q10. Some are a _ i _ _ _ _ d and some are still props, and some combined with v _ _ _ _ l effects
Q11.There are things you can try out like riding on a b _ o _ _ st _ _ _ and trying wand cho _ _ _ g _ _ phy
Q12. There are lots of sets like Dumbledore’s o _ _ _ ce, and ind_ _ r s _ t of Diagon Alley
Q13. You can see every d _ ta _ _ of the props, designs, sets used in the Harry Potter movies
Q14. Even before details are created, the process is already so detailed such as these paper m _ d _ _ s
Yes it’s -> A1. “@christyaneggy: staircase”
Correct -> A2. “@yifanescence: adaptation, book”
:D -> A3. “@alyaans: entrance, great hall”
Yep :) -> A4. “@rizky_paramitha: screenwriters”
:D -> A5. “@alifiaaaRR: dialogues”
Correct -> A6. “@riszkaindriani: Directors”
Yay, you got it :) -> A7. “@nandasept: hair & make up”
Yep -> A8. “@christyaneggy: actors and actresses”
Correct :) – > A9. “@alifiaaaRR: props”
Yep -> A10. “@almasyukri: animated, visual”
:) -> A11. “@ninuut: broomstick, choreography”
Correct :) -> A12. “@almasyukri: office, indoor set”
Yep :) -> A13. “@haniim: detail”
Correct :) -> A14. “@yifanescence: models”
You fellas are great! You answered almost as quickly as the wind! :D Great job! And thank you so much for your participation :)
Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4u on Devember 6, 2014
Anyway, fellas, have you ever presented something in front of an audience, in college or at work?
Believe it or not, presentation skill is one of the most important skills for students and working people.
And apparently there are many types of presentation, and that’s what our topic for today is. Can you guess? Join this
Let me give you an example:
S _ _ _ _ _ _: a financial adviser gives advice about investments to eight people.
Can you guess?
Very good! You’re right! :-D “
Let’s start the game!
- P _ _ _ _ C _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: two chief executives tell journalists why their companies have merged.
- W _ _ _ _ _ _ _: a yoga expert tells people how to improve their breathing techniques and gets them to practice.
- L _ _ _ _ _ _: a university professor communicates information about economics to 300 students.
- B _ _ _ _ _ _ _: a senior officer gives information to other officers about an operation they are about to undertake.
- P _ _ _ _ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _: a car company announces a new model.
- T _ _ _: a member of a stamp-collecting club tells other members about 19th century British stamps.
- D _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: the head of research & development tells non-technical colleagues about a new machine.
- Press conference
- Product launch
Source: Business Vocabulary in Use – Intermediate by Bill Masculll
TGIF, fellas! Wanna do something fun tonight? Let me ask you a question: What type of verb do you use in Past Simple Tense?
Yes, it’s Past Simple verbs, or commonly known as Verb 2.
So what’s the game for tonight? Here’s the challenge: Look at the picture attached. Do you see the letters?
You only need to do one thing: Find as many Past Simple verbs (or Verb 2) as possible, using the letters.
Let me give you some examples: talked, took, ate. The verbs can be regular or irregular. So, up for the challenge? :D
Here are some of the possible verbs:
Heard, cooked, talked, rode, read, ran, booked, rained, shook, hooked.
Source: English Brainstormers! by Jack Umstatter
Who likes going to the gym or doing sports? Well, I have the
#EngGame just for you! Feel free to participate! :-)
The rules are easy:
- Guess/ answer the word.
- Put the number of the question.
- Include the clue if you can.
Here’s an example: A _ _: abdominal muscles, the muscles below one’s chest.
Yes, that’s right! :-D “
So let’s start the game!
- T _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: a machine with a moving belt upon which a person can walk, jog, or run.
- S _ _ _ _: a type of bath in dry heat to cause perspiration.
- A _ _ _ _ _ _ _: cardiovascular exercise that involves sustained movement to stimulate the heart.
- O _ _ _ _: very overweight.
- Y _ _ _: a type of physical & spiritual exercise that involves positioning the body in various ways.
- P _ _ _-_ _: an exercise performed stomach-down on one’s hands & toes that involves pushing oneself up & away from the floor & back again.
- A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: a chemical substance in the body associated with bursts of speed or strength.
- M _ _ _ _ _ _: using the hands to rub the back or other part of the body for pleasure, relaxation, or physical therapy.
- S _ _-_ _: abdominal exercise that involves the repeated movement of lying flat on the floor & pulling into a sitting position.
- A _ _ _ _ _ _: mental uneasiness, intense worry, fear, or concern.
Source: Fluent English by Barbara Raifsnider