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To -Two -Too
Today we shall learn about the common English mistakes due to the English homophones : To, Two and Too.
So let's begin with To:
To is a preposition used to show a direction or a movement.
He is going to the buffet.
He is walking to the park across the street.
To is also used to identify someone or something.
Examples:This item belongs to her.
You are very nice to him.
Now let's continue with Too:
Too is used when you want to express a certain amount that is higher or lower than prefered.
You are eating too fast.
You are driving a bit too slow.
We use too when we want to add something, in other words, when there is an addition.
I am coming too.
We are going too.
Lastly, we have Two:
Two is a number that is expressed whenever there is a group of people equivalent to the sum of two.
We are two people.
There are two seats left.
Choose among To , Two or Too to complete the sentences.
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