So in English we have a saying, "hats off to you" and we say this when you've done something
that we really respect or you've accomplished something and we're really impressed with
So let's think of a good example, maybe you have been studying English really, really
hard this week.
And maybe you have just taken an English test and you passed it.
I would say, "Hats off to you!'
Now, you don't actually need a hat to use this saying and you don't actually have to
take a hat off if you say, "Hats off to you!", to someone.
But this is a very common English saying.
If someone was to say, "My football team just won the town championship!"
You would say, "Hats off to you!"
Again you don't actually need a hat but, "Hats off to you for winning the championship!"
I really hope you guys are studying hard and hats off to you for learning English.