To, Too, Two


Daphany’s Free Online Writing Workshop 

“Basic Rules of Grammar” 

To , Too,  Two 

Does it matter which one I use, when speaking? 

Answer: No, because words that share the same pronunciation are called homophones. When writing however, it does matter because all three forms of this word have a different meaning.  

To = is a preposition with several meanings, including “toward” and “until”. 

Too = adverb that can mean “excessively” or “also”. 

Below are some examples, of how to use the word correctly, when writing. 

● I’m going to the store. 
● Those shoes, belong to Katie. 

● I love you too. 
● Girl, that’s way too much makeup! 

● The two of them are incredible! 
● I ate two slices of pizza. 

Remember, writing should be fun! 
I hope you enjoyed this presentation. 

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