The UVic Writer's Guide

To/ Two / Too

To is either a preposition ("Will you come to the sock hop?") or part of an infinitive ("To sleep, perchance to dream").

Two is the number.

Too is either a substitute for "also" ("I like caffeine too") or an expression of degree ("O that this too too sullied flesh would melt").

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