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Using to, two,and too Language Arts Third Grade
State Standard 0301.1.2 Recognize and avoid errors in Standard English usage (e.g., to/too/two, their/ there/ they’re).
TO is used to identify location. For example; I went to the store. My family went to the beach. Marcus wrote a letter to kim.
Two,2 is used as a number: I have two sisters. My lunch cost two dollars. The teacher has two new students.
To,Two, and Too To, two, and too, are homophones because they have the same pronunciation. Because they sound the same, they are confused and misused by students often.
Too Is used to place emphasis or to show to what degree. For example: You are too tired to play. That piece of cake is too big. William is too fast on the track.
Too Can also be used to replace the word also. If you can use also in the sentence, you can use too. I want to go also. OR I want to go too.
TOO Jimmy wants cake also OR Jimmy wants cake too. That is also my book. OR That is my book too.
Us the computer pointer to practice. That is (too, to) cold. Corena has (two, too) pets. My dog needs food (to, too). This test is (two, too) hard Can you play with me (too, to)?
There, Their, and They’re
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Family words use the –er sound.. These are pictures of mothers in Vietnam. -er sound.
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