Exercise 1: to, two, too

(Practise differentiating the homophones ‘to, two’, and ‘too’)

‘two, too’, or ‘to’ – drop-down quiz

Difficulty: rather easy (2 of 5)

Choose the correct word ‘to, too,’ or ‘two’ from the drop-down list and avoid confusing them.

  • Example: “This soup is too salty.”

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  1. I need to go the store to buy some groceries.
  2. Can you give me apples, please?
  3. She likes read books in her free time.
  4. He is going to the gym work out.
  5. My friend and I are meeting at o’clock.
  6. The cake is sweet for my taste.
  7. He is driving fast on the highway.
  8. She is tired to go out tonight.
  9. I have dogs and a cat at home.
  10. Can you help me move these orange boxes?

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