English Verb Collocations with Home

English verb collocations with HOME – here you will learn important grammar rules as to how to use them correctly. Simple grammar rules will help you in your written and spoken English.

Verb Collocations with Home

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Hi there, this Harry. And welcome back to my podcast where I try to help you to understand the English language a little better help you with some aspect of communication so that you can have some interesting dialogue with people that you meet whether on your business travels or on your holidays.

So we look at things like English idioms and other expressions that will help you to understand how the language should be used. So in this particular podcast, I’m again talking about homes. But I’m looking at the collocations with different verbs that we use with the word home and how to use them properly. 

Verb Collocations with Home

We can: 

  • go home
  • come home
  • get home
  • return home

We all went home together. We left the party. We all went home together.

I wish he’d come home. I want to start the dinner.

When will he return home?

What time did you get home last night?

Okay, so different examples of those verb collocations with home.

We all went home together.

I wish he’d come home. Meaning I wish he would come home. When will he return home?

What time did you get home last night?

Verb Collocations with Home

Have you noticed something? When we’re using those sentences and we’re using home, we don’t include the proposition TO.

❌ We all went to home.

❌ I wish you’d come to home.

❌ When will he return to home?

❌ What time did you get to home? 

We don’t use the proposition TO with verb collocations with HOME.

✅ We all went home. 

✅ I wish he would come home. 

✅ When will he return home? 

✅ What time did you get home?

So we need to be really careful with that.

Instead we can say:

✅ to return back home

✅ to go back home

✅ to get back home

✅ to come back home

And again we use these verb collocations with HOME without the proposition TO.

We returned back home after a long holiday.

I returned back home after many months away.

I would like to go back home next week.

If the doctor will release me from the hospital. I would like to go back home next week.

When will I get back home. Who knows? Hopefully it would be in a few weeks.

Will you come back home in time for Christmas?

You know somebody asking a relative who’s being away for a while and they want to know what they’re going to turn up for Christmas or New Year or some other celebration.

We don’t say:

❌I would like to go back to home. 

Okay, so these verbs are very simple verbs, OK? To go home, to come home, to get home and to return home.

Very simple verb collocations with HOME, but very careful. As I said, you don’t use the proposition TO.

We always use them without TO:

We all went home.

I wish he would come home.

When will he return home?

What time did you get home?

Remember to practise them and see whether you can get it right. But remember, don’t use that proposition TO.

Thanks for listening. See you soon.

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More information

For more information on English grammar rules, English collocations and English idioms, check out the links below:

15 English collocations with TASK

English idioms about HOME

Difference between COME and GO

Difference between WAIT and AWAIT

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