The difference between TO, TOO and TWO in English.
Explanation of the different uses of To, Too and Two with many example sentences.
Remember, these words sound the same (they are homophones) but they have completely different meanings.
See our English grammar lesson about these words with more examples here: https://www.grammar.cl/Notes/Two_Too_To.htm
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