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    simcog87 is offline Newbie
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    Talking At somebody's house..........

    Hello!
    Could you please tell me which sentences are correct and which are not ?


    I'm going to Simon's house
    I'm going to Simon's
    I'm going to Simon's place
    I'm at Simon's house
    I'm at Simon's
    I'm at Simon's place
    I'll pop in to Simon's
    I'll pop in at Simon's
    I'll pop in at Simon's place
    I'll pop in to Simon's house
    I'll pop down/up to Simon's (house/place/ at Simon's)
    I'll drop in at Simon's
    I'll drop in at Simon's house
    I'll drop in at Simon's place
    I'll drop in to Simon's
    I'll drop in to Simon's
    I'm going to Simon's house
    I'm going to Simon's
    I'm going to Simon's place
    I'll call at/on...Simon's (house/place...)
    I'll call in on Simon's (house/place)
    I'll call in at Simon's (house/place)
    Please drop me off at/to/on Simon's (house/place...)
    Please leave me at/off/on/to Simon's (house, place...)
    Please come here at/to Simon's (house/place...)

    Thank you very much in advance
    Cheers


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    Linguist__ is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: At somebody's house..........

    Quote Originally Posted by simcog87 View Post
    Hello!
    Could you please tell me which sentences are correct and which are not ?


    I'm going to Simon's house
    I'm going to Simon's
    I'm going to Simon's place
    I'm at Simon's house
    I'm at Simon's
    I'm at Simon's place
    I'll pop in to Simon's 'into' is one word.
    I'll pop in at Simon's
    I'll pop in at Simon's place
    I'll pop in to Simon's house 'into' is one word.
    I'll pop down/up to Simon's (house/place/ at Simon's)
    I'll drop in at Simon's
    I'll drop in at Simon's house
    I'll drop in at Simon's place
    I'll drop in to Simon's 'into' is one word.
    I'll drop in to Simon's 'into' is one word.
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    Linguist__ is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: At somebody's house..........

    I'm going to Simon's house
    I'm going to Simon's
    I'm going to Simon's place
    I'll call at/on...Simon's (house/place...) only the 'at' is correct.
    I'll call in on Simon's (house/place)
    I'll call in at Simon's (house/place)
    Please drop me off at/to/on Simon's (house/place...) only the 'at' is correct.
    Please leave me at/off/on/to Simon's (house, place...) only the 'at' is correct
    Please come here at/to Simon's (house/place...) only the 'to' is correct.

    Thank you very much in advance
    Cheers

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