Many people make mistakes when using to, too, or two. These words look and sound similar, but they have different meanings. Even native speakers have difficulties telling them apart!
This is an exercise about the difference between to, too, and two.
You can find the exercise below:
To, Too or Two Exercise 3
Complete the following sentences with the correct form: to, too of two.
1.I love going Sweden.
2.I'm not that popular and I only have friends.
3.I want tell you something.
4.It's just much for me handle.
5.They have a lot of work do.
6.That kid is popular if you ask me.
7.Frank just doesn't want help us.
8.We like that new book .
9.There are rounds before the final.
10.What are you going do fix this mess?
- To, Too or Two Exercise 1
- To, Too or Two Exercise 2
- To, Too or Two Exercise 4
- To, Too or Two Exercise 5