commonly confused words
Grammarly corrected my writing. I wrote, "She laughed and explained to him that mother needed to eat too." The editor suggested I use the word "to" in place of "too". I believe that is incorrect. The way I wrote it is correct. Will someone validate this? Confused.
She laughed and explained to him that mother needed to eat too.
'Too' seems to be correct for me as well. You don't always need a comma before 'too' at the end of a sentence, but it may fit here to give a slight pause for emphasis. 'Mother' should be capitalized because it is being used as a proper noun.
She laughed and explained to him that Mother needed to eat, too.
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