Exercise 2: to, two, too

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

‘too, two’, or ‘to’ – drop-down quiz

Difficulty: medium (3 of 5)

Avoid the confusion of the homophones ‘two, too,’ and ‘to’ and select the right word from the drop-down list for each gap.

  • Example: “He is going to have two eggs for breakfast.”

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  1. The teacher gave us assignments complete by next week. That’s much.
  2. I have attend meetings this afternoon, but I’ll try make it both.
  3. My friend needs give a presentation hundred people tomorrow.
  4. Tom, get the airport, we need take different trains and a bus .
  5. We arrived late. My brother’s car broke down on the highway, and it took us hours get it towed the mechanic.

Exercises and explanations referring to the ‘Difference of ‘too, two & to’

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