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    MAQANQ is offline Newbie
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    Confused Using (in, On, At)

    Hi Guys,

    1) I would like to know when to use (on, in, at)?

    2) When to say I AM (GOING HOME) OR (GOING TO HOME) ?

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    Almegawiz is offline Newbie
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    Re: Confused Using (in, On, At)

    You can only use "going home"

    Almegawiz

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    MAQANQ is offline Newbie
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    Re: Confused Using (in, On, At)

    You can only use "going home"


    OK BUT BASED ON WHAT. I MEAN WHAT IS THE IDEA BEHIND THIS
    BECAUSE I CAN SAY
    I AM GOING HOME
    I AM GOING SCHOOL
    BUT I SHOULD NOT SAY (I AM GOING STADIUM)

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: Confused Using (in, On, At)

    Quote Originally Posted by MAQANQ View Post
    You can only use "going home"


    OK BUT BASED ON WHAT. I MEAN WHAT IS THE IDEA BEHIND THIS
    BECAUSE I CAN SAY
    I AM GOING HOME
    I AM GOING SCHOOL
    BUT I SHOULD NOT SAY (I AM GOING STADIUM)
    "Home" in this context is uncountable - it is essentially "abstract", as is school in a similar context.

    Both take an article if there is an adjective attached, turning them into countable nouns - specific locations: I went to his home; They have a happy home; I am going to the school on the corner; She went to an all-girls' school.

    "Stadium" is only countable.

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