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    feel like home

    I've always used the phrase "I feel at home", but recently I've seen a song with the title "I feel like home". Can we say like that?If yes, does it mean the same as "I feel at home"?

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    Re: feel like home

    I'm not an ESL teacher, but I'm a native speaker.

    Yes, they a have similar/same meaning.

    "I feel like home" is fine, but it sounds better if it is qualified somewhat. You might say something like:

    I feel like home in your country.

    Now I live in Texas, where I feel like home.

    I feel like home here.

    You can also say that some place "feels like home". For example:

    Paris feels like home to me.

    Your new apartment feels like home.

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