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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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