Showing posts with label too and enough. Show all posts
Showing posts with label too and enough. Show all posts

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Too and Enough

The word too means also when it's at the end of a sentence but when it's before an adjective, it means excessively. For example, if I say "I'm too hungry", I mean that "I'm very very hungry". The word enough means a balanced or adequate quantity of something. It is placed before nouns as in "I have enough rooms in my house" but when it goes with an adjective, it's placed after it as in "My house is big enough for me".
Get it? Then answer the questions of the Do You Want to Be a Millionaire quiz?
It's too easy. Can you win enough money to buy things that are good enough?





Too and Enough Game by Pilar

Saturday, 24 March 2012

Comparatives and Superlatives Jeopardy: The Final Challenge

How about a Jeopardy game to prove how much you know about comparatives, superlatives and the use of too and enough? You can play alone or in teams with your friends and classmates. There are different categories with a different score and if you are lucky, you might have the chance of playing for the "daily double", a special case which will allow you to get more points. But be careful! You could lose more points if your answer is wrong. For each category, you have to answer questions correctly; the more correct answers, the more points for your team.



Comparatives and Superlatives Jeopardy by Pilar