Through, prep. (adj. and adv.) in one side and out the other
Threw, v. simple past of “to throw” – to hurl or project
Bronson threw the ball through the hoop, nothing but net.
Than, conj. or prep. (used for comparison)
Then, adv. at that time
If you like broccoli better than ice cream, then I don’t know if we can be friends.
Too, adv. in addition, very
Two, n. a number equal to one plus one
To, prep. or adv. (used to show motion towards)