“Over” instead of “More than”:

“Over” is a spacial comparison.

Example:

“The birds flies over the house”.

“More than” is used for volume comparisons.

Example:

“He makes more than she does per week”

over more than

“Alot”:

“A lot” is two words. People usually don’t write “Alittle” then why write “Alot”

Quora user confess “Every time I see ‘a lot’ written as ‘alot’ I experience a fleeting but very real homicidal urge”.

alot

“To” instead of “Too”:

“To” is either the start of a preposition or an infinitive. “Too” is an adverb to show excess.

to too

 

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