To vs. Too vs. Two

  • Used to express a direction, movement, limit, time, or acquisition
    • example 1:  He went to the store.
    • example 2:  She drove north to south.
    • example 3:  We're meeting from 8am to 10am.
    • example 4:  I gave the apple to her.
  • Can usually be replaced by one the following words:
    • at, for, into, for, in, onto, by, or towards
  • A synonym for also, so, very, as well, even, & besides
    • example 1:  She sang too loud.
    • example 2:  I want it too.
    • example 3:  It happens too often.
  • Use only to express the number 2 (the sum of 1 + 1)
    • example 1:  He had two books.
    • example 2:  She had 2 chairs.

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Orange” became the term for
a color in the 16th century.


  • We're going to meet him here.
  • I am traveling to New York.
  • She works from 9am to 5pm.
  • Come to the playground.
  • I'm going to visit my parents.
  • You are walking too fast.
  • This is too easy.
  • It took too long.
  • She studies too much.
  • He has two tests.
  • I see 2 books.
  • She ate two apples.
  • I have 2 pencils.
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