Too and to - infinitive form of verb

The Quick Answer
The word to is used in expressions like to walk, to run, to paint, etc. (These are all verbs in their infinitive forms.)

The Word To in an Infinitive Verb

Occasionally, there is confusion over the words to and too. The word to has two uses. The one covered on this page is the use of to to show the infinitive form of a verb.

All the uses of to and too are shown in the lesson the difference between to and too.

Examples:
  • There are many options to consider.
  • (to consider in its infinitive form)
  • Anthony will have to find a bottle and join the party.
  • (to find in its infinitive form)
  • I explained why I had no time too mow the lawn.
  • (should be to mow)
  • You must learn to listen more carefully.

Summary of To and Too

This infographic summarises the different uses of to and too:

See Also

What are verbs? To and too (meaning as well) To and too (meaning in excess) To (preposition) and too