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Go Home vs. Go To the Home

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A young caller from Austin, Texas, wonders: Why do we say things like go to the store or go to the park, but leave out the word the when we say go home? In this case, the word home functions as an adverb. The same is true for phrases such as go upstairs, go left, go North, and similar expressions. This is part of a complete episode.

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