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To, Too and Two


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These three words sound the same, but they are spelt differently, and mean different things.

To is a difficult one. It has lots of uses, but it can often mean the same as towards.

Too often means as well.

Two is a number (2).

Choose the correct homophone from the drop-down list to complete the sentence, then click on the "Finished" button to obtain your score out of ten.

 1. see my friend.

2.   eyes.

3.   young to see the film.

4.   school.

5.   cats, one called Fluffy and one called Tiger.

6.   cold, so I put my coat on.

7.   late. You've missed the bus!"

8.   bars of chocolate, please."

9.   my party?"

10.   the park!"


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