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To or Too or Two?

1

This curry is ________ spicy for my delicate taste buds.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerThis is the number '2'.Well done. Use 'too' with an adjective or adverb. This can be used with a verb infinitive or meaning 'towards'.
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2

It was raining far_______ heavily for the cricket match.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerThis is the number '2'.Well done. This is the correct word here. 'To' is used in a verb infinitive or meaning 'towards' and does not fit here.
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3

There are only _______ days left before the new term begins.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerWell done. You need the number 'two' in this sentence. This 'too' should be used with adjectives or adverbs. 'To' is used with verb infinitives or meaning 'towards'.
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4

I am going _______ finish the crossword today if it kills me!

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerThis means the number 'two'. 'Too' is used with abjectives or adverbs. Well done. Use 'to' with a verb infinitive.
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5

There are far _______ many people on this train.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerNo. This is the number 2.Well done. Use 'too' with an adjective or an adverb.No. 'To' can be used with a verb infinitive or meaning towards.
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6

I really need _______ find my watch before I leave the house.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerThis is the number 2.Use 'too' with an adjective or an adverb.Well done. Use 'to' with a verb infinitive.
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7

He thinks the parcel needs to be sent _______ India by tomorrow.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerThis is the number 2.Use 'too' with an adjective or an adverb.Well done. 'To' is used here in the sense of 'towards'.
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8

There were only _______ people at the fund raising dinner.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerWell done. You need 'two' meaning the number 2 in this sentence. You can only use 'too' with an adjective or an adverb. 'To' should be used with a verb infinitive or with the sense of 'towards'.
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9

This is _______ good an opportunity to miss.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerThis is the number 2.Well done. Use 'too' with an adjective or an adverb. You can only use 'to' as part of a verb infinitive or with the sense of 'towards'.
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10

For all these years, I have been trying _______ find the lost city.

a) two
b) too
c) to
Please select an answerNo. This is the number 2. You can only use 'too' with an adjective or an adverb. Well done. In this sentence, you are using 'to' as part of a verb infinitive.
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