Too means as well or conveys the idea of in excess.|
To is a preposition (e.g., Give it to her) or is used to show the infinitive form of a verb (e.g., I want to run).
Too and ToThere is often confusion over the words too and to. Both words have two uses:
TooToo has two uses:
ToTo has two uses:
Select the correct version:
The word to is a preposition. Prepositions show the relationship between at least two words in a sentence.
He agreed to the proposal.
(To shows the relationship between agreed and proposal.)
David ran to the park.
(To shows the relationship between ran and park.)
Words like on, in, and by are also prepositions. There are lots of others. (See lesson Prepositions.)
Verbs are doing words like to dance, to sit, to fly, to think etc.) (See lesson Verbs)
When to is in front of a verb, the verb is said to be in its infinitive form.
She likes to dance. (< verb to dance in its infinitive form)
She dances. (< verb to dance not in its infinitive form)