So, I thought grammar would be a great topic for today. How do you know when to use the word "too?" Do you know? Even if you do, you might be surprised to hear how many people don't.
Think of "me too." You want to do something or believe something as well. You use "too" instead of the word "also." It is like you are showing a togetherness. "I want to play cards and watch a movie too." You want to do both of those things. It is almost like playing cards and watching movie go together. "I want to go shopping too." You want to go shopping as well, or even with someone. It is a togetherness with someone or a camaraderie of sorts. It is like the old saying, "They go TOGETHER like two peas in a pod." Well, think of the "oo" in "too" as the two peas in a pod to remember that "too" is used to show togetherness.
I hope this helps. Let me know what you think.