Part two in the "Common Grammar Mistakes" series. Last time we talked about "loose" vs. "lose". Here, we discuss another common grammar mishap.
To vs. Too
These two words have completely different usages, even though they sound the same. Here is a quick way to remember the difference:
If you are talking about an excess amount or an additional item, use “too”. In all other cases, use “to”.
Too is always used to indicate something additional or excessive, or if you can substitute the word "entirely".
Examples of excess:
Hint: if you can substitute the word “as well”, then you should use “too”.
Next, we will talk about "their" vs. "there" vs. "they're".
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