Okay, I'm sorry for this! I don't mean to sound arrogant, but I can't believe the low level of literacy on this forum! Frankly I'm amazed anyone over the age of ten can get these two words confused. But, because I care, I'll tell you the rules (I've simplified them quite a lot!)... Too Means 'very' or 'more': "I'm too tired; I've had too much to drink!" Or means 'also': "I'm tired too." To Goes before an action: "I need to sleep. To dream. I want to." Or describes a relationship or direction: "You look drunk to me. Go to bed!" If you learn this distinction between the two words, you'll look a lot smarter when you write! Or just memorise this silly little rhyme I just invented: Short 'to' is to point out any Directions relating to you. Long 'too' has one 'o' too many And can also mean 'also', too. Yes, I realise this forum is rife with all manner of spelling mistakes, but confusing 'to' and 'too' is probably the most common, and for me, the most objectionable. I mean, the words don't even sound anything like each other!