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To, too, and two differences explained and how to avoid common mistakes

 Correct way to use to, too, two English lessonLearn the differences between to, too, two to avoid making common mistakes

How to use to correctly

To has two main functions.

One has a preposition (it will always precedes a noun).

I’m going to the market

She went to London

That belongs to Debbie

Two as an infinitive (it will then be preceded by a verb).

I need to work

We want to help

We are going to eat

How to use too correctly

Too has two uses.

First, as a synonym for "also" (synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word)

Can my best friend too too?

She went to London too

I think that’s Linda’s pencil too

The second meanings of too means excessively, but only when it precedes an adjective or adverb.

I’m too tired to play tennis

She’s running too quickly, I can’t keep up

I ate too much at lunch time

How to use two correctly

Two is a number 2.

One, two, three…

I have two pens

Linda ate two burgers for dinner

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