Central Writing Center Handout
To, Two, and
TO HAS DUAL MEANINGS:
As a preposition: I am going to the store.
Used before a verb: He is going to sing.
TWO IS A NUMBER:
I have two dogs.
TOO HAS DUAL MEANINGS:
Also: I am going too.
To what extent, or how: How fat is he? He’s too fat.
CORRECT ALL ERRORS IN THE USE OF TO, TWO, OR TOO.
1. John is getting to comfortable.
2. He told me that he gives to the Salvation Army to.
3. If you want to go, you will have too talk to the captain.
4. This sweater is to old to wear to the party.
5. He is taking too courses this semester.
6. She invited me to, but I'm to busy to go.
7. I'm not to sure that I want to go.
8. To many cooks spoil the broth.
9. He remembered to late that he was supposed to buy too pizzas.
10. Be sure to tell her that I will write to her to.
WRITE TWO SENTENCES USING THE WORD TO.
WRITE TWO SENTENCES USING THE WORD TOO.
WRITE TWO SENTENCES USING THE WORD TWO.