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    erempa is offline Junior Member
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    Default I'm Confused!

    Do I Use To Or Too In This Sentence.

    I Know The Difference But I Am Confused In This Regard.

    Live Near Me Or Not To Or Too Far From Me.

    I Think It Is Too, Am I Right?

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    Default Re: I'm Confused!

    Quote Originally Posted by erempa View Post
    Do I Use To Or Too In This Sentence.

    I Know The Difference But I Am Confused In This Regard.

    Live Near Me Or Not To Or Too Far From Me.

    I Think It Is Too, Am I Right? Yes

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    You do not need a capital letter for each word. Only the first word, !I! or proper names require one.

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    Default Re: I'm Confused!

    "Near" and "Not too far" could, I suppose, be the same distance. However, they are used in different contexts. Examples:
    A: Where does he live?
    B: He lives near me.

    A: How much farther is it?
    B: Not too far.
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