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    Smile the work

    Please, dear teachers and friends,

    Could you shed some light on this?

    I have been studying English for businesses, then I just ran across theses expressions:

    A) I am at the work (right now).
    B) I am going to the work.

    Why are they wrong? Could you rephrase them?

    Thanks

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    Re: the work

    Hi marciobarbalho

    Try, I have been studying Business English and came across these expressions:

    A) I am at work right now.
    B) I am going to work.

    Work is personal; it doesn't require specification:
    A) I am at the work.
    B) I am going to the work.

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