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 4
Complete the following sentences with the correct form: to, too of two.
1.He has already lost of his best friends.
2.Do you want buy my headphones?
3.I love my iPad watch some movies on the plane.
4.I don't care what it costs, but I want it .
5.Please tell me you bought tickets?!
6.What do you want do next?
7.Why do you always give much information?
8.Why is he always going his room when we have visitors?
9.I see people across the street.
10.I think that tree is going to fall .
- To, Too or Two Exercise 1
- To, Too or Two Exercise 2
- To, Too or Two Exercise 3
- To, Too or Two Exercise 5