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Homophones: two, too and to

Hi Guys!
We have 3 homophones today:
TWO – TOO – TO  ➡ A mesma pronúncia = Homophones

 

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TWO (2) is a number.
Examples:
➡ “He has two classmates.”
➡ “I have two siblings.”

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TOO is usually used at the end of a sentence or clause and means “in addition” or “also”.
Examples:
➡ “I speak Portuguese and English, TOO.”
➡ “Rosane is not just a good student; she is a friend, TOO.”

TOO is sometimes used before an adjective or adverb and in this case it means “more than what is wanted, needed, acceptable, possible”
Examples:
➡ “It is TOO expensive.”
➡ “He eats TOO much.”

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TO is used as a preposition expressing motion in the direction of (a particular location).
Examples:
➡ “Yesterday I went TO school by car.”
➡ “On our last vacation we traveled TO Paris.”

TO is also used to indicate purpose.
Examples:
➡ “I went home during my lunch break TO have a nap.”
➡ “He is training every day TO win the competition.”

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