Student or Learner
Why is right to say
"I am Home"
but incorrect to say
"I am office"
Last edited by bhaisahab; 13-Aug-2009 at 17:03. Reason: correction
I'm home. - Home is an adverb - location, place.
I'm at home. - Home is a noun - object of a preposition.
I'm at the office. - Office is a noun - object of a preposition.
I'm office. - Office is an adver ... No, we don't use office as an adverb.
Another tricky word is "downtown".
I'm going downtown. - Downtown is an adverb.
What do you think of the downtown area in Ipswich? - Downtown is an adjective.
The downtown area of the city is very crowded today. - Downtown is an adjective.
I would go with PROESL.