To (preposition, adverb): can be used 1. Before the basic form of a verb to form the infinitive: I want to read a book. I like to watch movies. I have to clean my room. 2. As a preposition: We went to Tokyo. Sarah came to my house. I went to the party.
Too (adverb): 1. Also: I like to read books and listen to music, too. I like cake; I like ice cream, too. 2. An excessive amount: I have too many books to fit on the shelf. The blanket is too big; it can’t fit into the box.
Two (noun): a number: I’d like two scoops of ice cream. I have two brothers. She bought two pairs of shoes.