Writing is in the Eyes of the Beholder!
Many students are confused with simple words and their usage: such as the words, to, two and too. They sound the same but all can change the meaning of a sentence.
Other words like lose and loose or chose or choose. To illustrate: “If a cat’s babies are called kittens, why wouldn’t a rat’s babies be called rittens?”
What is the incorrect uses of the words: to, too and two in the sentence below:
I am going too the store to get to candy bars and my friend is going there to!
Correct sentence structure is:
I am going to the store to get two candy bars and my friend is going there too!
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