#IOTW: Idioms related to Bullying

Hey ho, fellas! How’s your day? I think today was a cold day.
What is definition of bullying fellas?

Bullying is something that 1 in 2 people under 25 will experience in their lifetime.

Here are a few things you should know that will help you identify it, and hopefully understand it a little better.



1.Big Bully
Meaning  :Someone who is overly critical, domineering, or authoritative, or who is physically or psychologically abusive.

E.g “do not take what se says too much to heart, she is just a big bully.Agnes’s been a big bully since she got promotion.”

2.Bully pulpit
Meaning : A public position that allows a person to speak with authority and share their views with a large audience.

E.g “ James used his position of class president as a bully pulpit to raise awareness about cyberbullying.”


Meaning :To bother or badger someone.

E.g “Would you quit bullyragging me? I didn’t do anything wrong, I swear!.”

4.Bully rag
Meaning :To haras someone

  1. g “ hey jessica do not bully me just because you are upset”.

5.Bully for somebody

Meaning : used to show that you do not think that what somebody has said or done is very impressive

E.g “riko’s just won a free holiday in Spain.’ ‘Oh, bully for him! She’s so rich anyway, she can afford to go away whenever he wants to.’

Alright, fellas, those are some idioms and let’s know

No one is born a bully – true story. Bullying is a learnt behaviour and not an innate characteristic of anyone.

Thank you for being with me, fellas! Today is a wrap!

Enjoy fellas! #IOTW



compiled by @ijoojii for @EnglishTips4U on Thursday, 2 May, 2019.


#EngProverb: Words to describe people

Hey ho, fellas! How’s your day? I think today was a cold day.
Tonight, I’m going to share some proverbs related to describe people. Here they are…

Meaning :capable of fitting a particular situation or use
E.g. “When Riska’s parents divorced, she proved herself to be adaptable. It wasn’t easy, but she learned how to cope with this big change”

Meaning : showing concern for the rights and feelings of others
E.g. “A considerate person looks out for other people. They often allow someone else to have the last piece of cake or they hold the door open for another person..”

Meaning :able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching
E.g. “A courageous person is brave. They are the type of person to run into a burning building. They are also likely to get involved to stop a bullying situation.”

Meaning :having a strong desire for success or achievement
E.g. “Raka is one of Ambitious people try to get ahead in life–they look for opportunities to better their life”

Meaning : willing to undertake new and daring enterprises
E.g. “They love to try something new–sometimes an act that others would find scary. Adventurous people love to travel and try new foods at a restaurant.”

Meaning :having its source in or being guided by the intellect
E.g. “They make rational decisions based on their logical reasoning about a situation. They don’t base decisions on emotions.”

Alright, fellas, those are some proverbs related to describe people.
So, How would you describe yourself?
Thank you for being with me, fellas! Today is a wrap!

compiled by @ijoojii for @EnglishTips4U on Thursday, 04 April 2019

#EngVocab :Phrasal Verbs with “Call”

Hello, Fellas! Good evening and happy Monday! How’s your week so far?
This evening I am going to share phrasal verbs with “call”

1.“Call away”
Meaning : To ask someone to go somewhere else
E.g. “i am afraid razi was called away from the meeting to deal with a medical emergency, but he should be back soon”

2.“Call for”
Meaning : Publicly demand that something be done
E.g. “Adit got the new job! This news calls for a celebration!”

3.“Call around”
Meaning : to go to someone’s house to visit them
E.g. “Let’s call around to see your cousin later.”

4.“Call back”
Meaning : To return a telephone call
E.g. “They said I could call back later today to collect the T-shirt.”

5.“Call out”
Meaning : To shout or speak loudly in order to get someone’s attention
E.g. “I called out her name, but she couldn’t hear me..”

6.“Call by”
Meaning : To shout or speak loudly in order to get someone’s attention
E.g. “ I think it my might be nice to call by Aunt Jenny’s house on our way to Jakarta.”

7.“Call down”                                                                                                                                         Meaning : To shout or speak loudly in order to get someone’s attention
E.g. “Laura is a perfectionist women and always calls me down for such minor errors!”

Alright, fellas, those are phrasal vervs with call.
Thank you for being with me, fellas! Today is a wrap!
Enjoy fellas! #EngProverb


Compiled by @ijoojii for @EnglishTips4U on Monday, 7 Jan, 2019.



Good Evening, Fellas! How was your day?
Today we are going to give you some tips about other ways to say ‘i think’.
There are many different ways of saying thought in English. Let’s find out!

  1. In my opinion
    E.g. “In my opinion the issue should be finished in this way.”

  2. The way I see it
    E.g. ”The way I see it is just technical issue.”

  3. As far as I can see
    E.g. “As far I can see my friends are innocent.”

  4. .I consider
    E.g. “I consider a lot of information should be kept very secret.”

  5. I believe
    E.g, “I believe that they slept because of exhaustion.”

  6. To my way of thinking
    E.g. “To my way of thinking we are doing very well.”

  7. I would say
    E.g. “I would say that the girl is very humble.” #EngTips

It’s a wrap for now. Thank you for joining me. Give it try and let me know how it works for you.
Enjoy fellas! #EngTips

Compiled by @ijoojii for @EnglishTips4U on Thursday, 22 November, 2018.