I'm staying at home tonight or I'm going to stay at home tonight

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Peter Petrov

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I'm staying at home tonight or I'm going to stay at home tonight

What does sentence is correct and why?
 
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You can also leave out 'at' without changing the meaning.

Whichever version you choose, Peter, don't forget to end your sentence with a full stop (period).
 

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As we would say 'go home' rather than 'go to home'.
 

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As we would say 'go home' rather than 'go to home'.

That's a different situation. "Go to home" is incorrect and unnatural. "Stay at home" is natural, correct, and common, though possibly less common in AmE than "stay home".
 
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