Too vs. To

Too

Too means more than is good or desirable.

  • It is too hot to go out now.
  • The hat is too large for me.
  • You smoke too much.

Too can mean ‘also’. It is generally used at the end of a sentence.

  • I have got a headache. I have too.
  • You can have an apple, but you can’t have an orange too.

To

To is a preposition.

  • I go to office by bus.
  • I gave a present to him.
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Manjusha Nambiar

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