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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116905: To or Too
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    To or Too

    Those are both commonly confused words but differ greatly in use and meaning.

    To can be used as a preposition.

    -They took the train to Melbourne.

    It can also be used with a verb stem as part of a verb phrase.

    -I would like to see this movie soon.

    This is not to be confused with too which can be used to describe something being done excessively.

    -She's driving too fast.

    It can also be used in place of also or as well.

    -I would like a piece of chocolate too.


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    1. Go the right then take the first one left.

    2. We, , are going away to Barbados in December.

    3. The apples we bought from this shop are rotten the core.

    4. I ate much and now I'm having stomach cramps.

    5. I have failed many times in life to make the same mistakes again.

    6. my mind, the situation is not yet hopeless.

    7. As soon as the sun appeared, the birds started sing.

    8. I was very hungry when I got home and thirsty .

    9. He went sleep after a very tiring day at the office.

    10. The summer has passed much quickly for my liking.

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