Misused Words

To and Too

To, a preposition, means toward, or in the direction of.

His mother sent him to the grocery store to get a loaf of bread.

Too, an adverb, means also or more or less than enough.

With defiance in his voice, the boy told his parents, "I am going, too."

Choose the correct answer for each of the two practice sentences below by clicking on the correct answer.

(1) Are you driving (to, too) work with me this morning?

(2) Her parents told her that her skirt was (to, too) short to wear to the dance.

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