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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116472: To, too, two
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    To, too, two

    Homophones are words that sound similar but have different spellings, different meanings, and different uses. 


    To, two, and too are homophones because they are all pronounced the same. However, they are three different words.

    To = preposition, also indicative of an infinitive verb form

    • I am going to the grocery store. (prep)
    • But I don't like to shop when it is too crowded. (inf)
    • I drive to work every morning. (prep)
    • I am talking to my mother on the phone. (prep)
    Two = number
    • I am stressed out! I have two exams tomorrow!
    • Her son is two years old.
    • I haven't seen him in two weeks.
    Too = adverb, describe how much/how many/to what degree; another word for also
    • You like icecream? I do too! (also)
    • I was going to go for a run, but it is too hot outside.
    • There are too many people in this room.
    • I can't understand you. You are talking too fast.



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