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    Back to work or back at work?

    Unless I'm mistaken, she was back at work yesterday
    Is the sentence right? Why back at work, not to work?

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    Re: Back to work or back at work?

    The sentence IS correct.
    'Back to work' would be used "She went back to work yesterday".

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