You’ve likely seen it both ways: the word “too” with or without a comma before it. That’s because the rules on this one are a bit loose and based on the writer’s intent. 

However, if you are using “too” in the middle of a sentence, commas usually are needed for emphasis. 

Example: She, too, wanted to get back to normal as soon as possible. 

At the end of a sentence, a comma before “too” is almost never needed, but it’s not incorrect if you decide to use it. 


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