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Two, Too or To?

If you frequently confuse too, to and two, then you’re not alone. These three are some of the most commonly misused homonyms, but the good news is that they’re pretty easy to tell apart. Let’s go through each to understand the difference between them.

Two is a number

Two refers to the number two, as in one flower, two flowers. For example:

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