Two - Too - To

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The Difference between Two, Too and To is frequently confused in English, sometimes even for native speakers.

Sometimes To, Too and Two can all be used in the same sentence. While they all sound the same, it is in the context that you can understand the meaning.

Examples:

Below we have included different meanings and uses for each one:


TO

Can be used as a preposition of movement

Can be used as a preposition of direction

Can be used in conjunction with times

Can be used to mean 'receive'

Can be used as the first part of an infinitive

Examples:


TOO

Can be used before an adjective or an adverb for reinforcement to mean 'very' or 'more than sufficient'

Can be used as an adverb to mean 'also' or 'in addition'

Examples:


TWO

Only used as a number

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