Infinitive (Adjectival)

Do you have something to eat?

  • Vacation to Castaway Island!

    A fun multimodal game for adjectival infinitives. Using magents and the element of surprise, the students practice 'I have ~~ to ~~' by playing rock, paper, scissors to survive Castaway Island.

  • Info Gap - Does ( ) have ______ to _____?

    Students ask each other questions in order to figure out the correct info about each character

  • Is it _ to _? Battleship, New Horizons JHS 2 U3

    Battleship game covering New Horizons 2 Unit 3. It’s fantastic for drilling 'Is it _ to _?' emotion/ adjectival modifier + infinitive questions. Ex. Is it fun to sing?

  • Have N to V Battleship, New Horizons JHS 2 U3

    Battleship game covering New Horizons 2 Unit . It’s fantastic for drilling Do you have __ to ___? Noun + infinitive questions. Ex. Do you have homework to start?

  • Matching Game JHS Grade 2 Infinitive (Adjectival)

    A memory game / matching game for the JHS 2nd Graders

  • The Mystery Box Game

    The mystery box game is a super fun power point game. customize all questions and pictures and animations freely. Have fun.

  • Do you have anything to...?

    Information gap activity made for New Horizon 2, Unit 3

  • Something to ... guess who

    Short Guess Who style game practicing "something to ~" grammar from New Horizons 2 Unit 3 page 40.

  • Adjective + infinitive sentence game

    Game to encourage students to make sentences using It is + adj + infinitive. ex. It is important to study English.

  • Splatoon Turf Takeover

    Write & race game where teams write what they can/want to do in each prefecture and takeover Japan with their team's color. My additions (art, worksheets, rules) to an already-existing activity!

  • Let's Name Things! Adjective Infinitive

    A group activity that prompts students to think quickly to earn points

  • "It...for...to..." Who are these people?!

    Simple half-worksheet - Students complete sentences for "It is easy/hard/fun/important for me to ______" and the teacher reads them, students guess who wrote it.

  • Name 5 (Infinitive - Adjectival)

    'Name 5'-style trivia game that uses the infinitive (adjectival).

  • Do You Know How to Play BINGO?

    A classroom bingo game that practices the question 'Do you know?'

  • Pencils and Bombs Review Quiz and Profile Game

    A quiz review game and then a writing activity.

  • A bunch of Questions for Quizzes

    Questions lists focused on various grammar points

  • Infinitive WRITE and RACE worksheets

    Group activities to practice 'I want to be...' and 'I have something to...'

  • 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.

  • Anything To Eat

    Students use Infinitive Verbs sentences to fill in a grid.

  • Something to do for the holidays

    Students practice the "something to ______" grammar pattern by giving each other advice.

    1. Keith Miyazaki June 24, 2022

      An inspirational resource for this grammar point is the British Film Institute's "50 films to see before age 15" at {https://www.bfi.org.uk/lists/50-films-see-age-15}

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