“Too” has the same meaning as words like also, as well, in addition. For example:
They were going to school too.
“Too” can also mean something that is in excess. For example:
The weather was too hot.
“Two” is the same as using 2. For example:
I have two copies of that book.
“To” is often seen before a verb (or action word). For example:
I decided to buy pizza for dinner.
“To” can also be used to indicate a place. For example:
I am going to the hospital tomorrow.
Or it can be used in describing time. For example:
It is 5 minutes to 6 o’clock.
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