2. To vs. Too vs. 2 (Two)
Appropriately, the second common error we will discuss in my ongoing series is the proper use of the words "to," "too," and their homophonic (not a judgment, note the "n") cousin located at the top of the page.
To = indicates direction in space, time or degree. An essential component of the English language. Never an indicator of agreement.
Too = agreement. Archaic. Consider substituting, "I know, right? What a moron."
2 = A numeral greater than 1 and less than 3.. Not to be confused with "too," above, however conceptually similar. The confusion may have arisen from the practice of absent minded mathematicians occasionally interspersing algebraic formulae such as "X2," and "X1000000000" throughout postings on internet message boards, where it suffered an unfortunate similar fate to "you're" above.
Occasionally mistakenly written "two," the absurdity of which can be clearly seen in its ridiculous, "dare to be different," spelling.