go to work- go home- go to the hopspital
She’s at work.
They’re going to school.
He’s in bed.
Bye! I’m going to work now. (not to the work)
I finish work at 5:00 every day.
What did you learn at school today? (not at the school)
Some children don’t like school.
Rachel wants to go to college when she finishes high school.
What did you study in college?
I can’t talk now. I have to go to class.
I’ll be in class until 5:00 today. I’ll call you when I get out.
Why is he in prison? What did he do?
David usually goes to church on Sundays.
I’m tired. I’m going to bed. (not to the bed)
-She’s in bed.
I’m tired. I’m going home. (not to home)
Are you going out tonight, or are you staying home? or …. are you staying at home?
-Are you going to the bank?
-No, to the post office.
The number 5 bus goes to the airport; the number 8 goes to the train station.
I never go to the theater, but I go to the movies a lot.
You’re not well. Why don’t you go to the doctor?
I have to go to the dentist tomorrow.