For the last video in the Grammar Teacher series, I had to discuss the difference between the words too, to and two. Too often, people are either too lazy (or just don’t care) to use these words properly when writing. How hard is it? And by the way – these videos were done at the request of viewers. That must mean they have several people they want to send these to!
Too is an adverb which means in addition to. It can be used in a sentence to indicate more than one thing: I am going to the mall, too..
To is a preposition, used for expressing motion or direction toward a point, person, place, or thing approached and reached, as opposed to from. I am going to the mall later today.
Two is a number! It comes after the number one, and before the number three! Some of you write as though you are still two years old.
It’s not rocket science.
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