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  1. erlyne's Avatar

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    Smile im kinda confused...please help..

    Is "Im heading for my home"
    "Im heading for my house"
    "Im heading home"

    Are they grammatically correct??
    How and when will I use heading for or head for?

    Im heading to my house - is this also right?
    What is the difference,,

    Thank you so much!!

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    Re: im kinda confused...please help..

    They're correct, though it should be I'm. 'Heading' is used when the action is now or about to happen.

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