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    sania-baharat is offline Member
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    He is home taking care of a sick child.

    I don't understand the use of 'home' here. Could you please help?

    He is home taking care of a sick child.

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    Re: He is home taking care of a sick child.

    It's a shortened version of "at home". The sentence simply means he has stayed at home to look after a (his?) sick child. I would assume that he has done that instead of going to work.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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