LivetoErr Posted January 27, 2014 Report Share Posted January 27, 2014 What's the difference between to, too and two?The difference between to, too and two has got to be one of the most problematic areas of English grammar. Even native English speakers often use the incorrect form when they're writing. So, let me explain the difference between the three. ToUse this when using to as a preposition before a noun OR a verb in its infinitive. Take me to the doctor, please.We don't need to read the book, right now. TooUse this when you can replace too with also or as well and the sentence still makes sense. I too, like to read sports magazines.You also use too when you mean something is excessive. I ate way too much food.TwoThis is the easiest one to understand. You use two when you are referring to the number 2. Can you give me two (2) dollars, please?There, I hope that helps you understand the difference between to, too, and two! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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