I know there has been some discussion about the prepositions
IN or AT
in this forum, but perhaps you all can humour me.
A student posed the following question:
Why can I say
I have internet at home and not in home.
(which she feels IN HOME is also correct usage).
Whereas, itís okay to say I have internet in my house and
not at my house.
Even though a house is not a home, they are synonymous.
With reference to a house, there was no difficulty explaining the
difference, which she understood.
However, to my student, it doesnít make any sense that
she canít say I have internet in home using the same
structural logic and I find impossible to explain.
My request, who can help me explain so that it would
make sense to her.
She can say I have the internet in my/our/my parents' home.