Teaching Gramma Too and Enough

Posted on Nov 22 2011 at 12:07:54 AM in Higher Education

Teaching Gramma Too and Enough.

quote Give the rules of both in a very simple way and give importance to exercises, example sentences. I start with too. Students convert the sentences from too to enough.
"She is too young to go to a disco by herself." ________ (enough)
"She isn't old enough to go to a disco by herself."

quote Find pictures, for example a small girl standing next to a bicycle (adult) and say:
"What's the problem? Why can't she ride the bike?"
The students should come up with: "It's too big or she's too small..."

quote I usually show the students a picture of a fat woman and ask them if she can win a race and why. I then elicit sentences like:
"She is too fat to win a race or she is not fast enough..."
Another picture shows a man trying to change a bulb, but can't because he's short. Of course, visual aids are very important for this activity...

Read more at http://www.eslbase.com/grammar/too-enough


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Created: Nov 22 2011 at 12:07:54 AM
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