To/Too/Two

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To/Too/Two

To is a preposition which begins a prepositional phrase or an infinitive.

Too is an adverb meaning “excessively” or “also.”

Two is a number. Many other words in English which reflect the number two are spelled with tw: twin, twice, between, tweezers, etc.

Examples: We went to a baseball game. (preposition)

We like to watch a good ball game. (infinitive)

We ate too much. (meaning “excessively”)

I like baseball, too. (meaning “also”)

Six divided by three is two. (number)

They own two Brittany spaniels. (number)

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