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Go: JHS Grammar PageINFINITIVE VERB (suru tame no)

不定詞(ふていし): ~するための

 

FUN FACT: "There are more than 2,700 languages in the world." (source)

 

DEFINITION: This infinitive verb pattern is as same as adding "FOR" + verb(ing): "Do you have anything to read (for reading)?" 「to+動詞の原形」 で 「~するための」 という意味を表す。

 

EXAMPLES:

COLUMBUS 21:

There are so many things to learn.

NEW CROWN:

We have many things to do.

NEW HORIZON:

I have many things to learn.

ONE WORLD:

It's the Maori way to have peace with each other.

SUNSHINE:

I have a lot of things to do now.

TOTAL ENGLISH:

Do you have anything to do tomorrow?

Anything to Eat: Students use infinitive verbs sentences to fill in a grid.

 

Do You Have A Game To Play: A simple guessing game that has students asking the target grammar in its question form and writing it as a statement.

Famous Infinitives: Students choose a famous star and, in pairs, ask each other questions to determine which star they have chosen.

 

Grid Game: A competition where students make "too ~ to~" sentences from a corresponding board in order to score points.

Infinitive Poker: This activity is a high stakes card game that gets kids using infinitives (to + verb).

 

Infinitive Poster Quiz: Paired students answer a quiz by listening to hints and competing for points. Following this, they write long answers.

 

 

 

 

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