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1. If your English is to poor, nobody understands you •

2. She said she'd be back in to minutes .

3. At that moment he noticed a man running to him.

4. He came into the shop and went to the woman behind the counter .

5. Each time I tried to close my eyes and to relax, the young man said something to me .

1. If your English la too poor, nobody understands you.

2. She said she'd be back in two minutes.

3. At that moment he noticed a man running towards him.

4. He came Into the shop and went up/over to the woman behind the counter.

5. Each time I tried to close my eyes and relax, the young man said something to me.

1. To is (1) a preposition: 'I'm going to the cinema tonight. ' (2) an adverb: 'Push the door to. lt's cold in here.' (mainly British English usage) (3) the first part of a full infinitive: 'I want to ask you something.' Too means 'more than enough' or 'more than is good'

2. To is a preposition, adverb, and first part of a full infinitive. Two means 'the number two/2'.

3. Use ID when you want to emphasize the destination. Use towards when you want to emphasize the direction. Compare: 'John drove to the station.' (We know he stopped at the station.) 'John d rove towards the station.' (We don't know where he stopped.)

4. To describe the action of deliberately moving towards and stopping in front of a person, use go up/over to, NOT go to.

5. When two infinitives are joined by and, to is usually used only before the first one.