There are three (to’s, too’s, two’s) in the English language.

That’s too bad.

Today’s post title is a riddle — a riddle without a solution. How does one write this sentence correctly? If you know, please, tell me, so I can rest easier.

Here we have just a snippet from a postcard that went out in the mail. They weren’t sure which (to, too, two) to use either.
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2 responses to “There are three (to’s, too’s, two’s) in the English language.

  1. Laura

    Actually, there’s only one “to” in English. And one “too” and one “two.” But, there are three words that are pronounced like the number 2.

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