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Homework Help: English - Native speakers

Posted by Mark on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 8:18am.

Hello! I am trying to figure out one of the most difficult thing in English - articles. So I have one question:
Do we say I'm leaving home (Would people know that home means the place where we live?) Or is it correct I'm leaving the home? I personally think that the first example is correct because if we say the home it could maybe mean the nursing home or similar.Or is there an other explanation?
What about he always comes from work/the work at about 6. Is here the explanation that some phrases like do to work, come from work don't use the definite article?Or?

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