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    Default at my home or in my home

    Are these sentences correct:
    1. The party will be held at my home.
    2. The party will be held in my home.
    3. The party will be held at the home.
    4. The party will be held in the home.
    Is there any difference between at my home and in my home?

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    Default Re: at my home or in my home

    1 & 2 are OK. 3 & 4 don't work.

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