How to Use "To" and "Too"
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To is a preposition that indicates destination, direction, position, purpose, or
attachment – among other things.
Too is an adverb that means "in addition to," "more than," or "extreme."
Use in Sentences
Molly is sick, so she went to the doctor. Megan is sick too, but she did not see
To the doctor is a prepositional phrase that indicates where Molly went. Too describes
sick by indicating that in addition to Molly, Megan was sick.