If someone asks whether I want to play and I plan not play for the rest of the day could I answer : "No, not today anymore." or would it have to be different? "No more today" or perhaps "I dont want to play anymore today." What would be a good answer?

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    Are you trying to be polite, informal or rude? – user3169 Mar 19 '17 at 0:58
  • I didnt even think about that, I guess Id pick polite or informal then but not rude. – ChadThunder Mar 19 '17 at 3:52

A standar answer which would cover all polite, informal, and formal would be the patterns

I had enough ing for today.
I (simple past) enough for today.

I had enough playing for today.
I played enough for today.

meaning you are finished with whatever activity it was for the rest of the day.

It also works for other things

I had enough beer for today.
I had enough sun for today.

I drank enough for today.
I sunned enough for today.

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