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I called you several times, but you didn't answer me. Where were you? I was at home, listening to music.
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[In this situdation, can we use both sentences? Are both the same in meaing? Which one is commonly used?]
1. I was home, listening to music.
2. I was at home, listening to music.

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    Yes, both sentences are fine. #1 is probably used more often than #2, but I think it'd be a toss-up!

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