anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the difference between two, too and to?
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
two is for the number 2, the others are more difficult to expalin
anonymous
  • anonymous
two- the number Example: I have TWO hamsters. to- usually used before your second verb in a sentence Example: I like TO SLEEP. My sister likes TO RUN. too- usually is for quantity or showing alot of something. Example: My uncle ate TOO much at Thanksgiving. You can also try dictionary.com for further clarification! Or Google!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Too = also I've done that, too.

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jagatuba
  • jagatuba
Two is a noun or an adjective: Two is considered a mystical number in some cultures. - Noun I saw two bluejays. - Adjective To is a preposition or adverb that can be used in a lot of ways. We need to go to the grocery store. - Preposition He moved his marble three inches to the left. - Preposition Apply varnish to the finished table. - Preposition I went all the way to work before I realized that I forgot the office keys. - Preposition I ran to the store. - Adverb She turned to me and said, "Are you kidding me?" - Adverb After being unconscious, he came to, not knowing what had happened. - Adverb Too is an adverb usually used to imply more or an excess or to mean 'also'. That box is way too heavy. She wanted ice cream too. I wasn't too thrilled about it.

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