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im at home

πŸ“ Description
"Im at home" is an informal contraction of "I'm at home." "I'm" is a contraction of "I am", representing the first person singular present of "be". "At" is a preposition indicating location. "Home" is a noun denoting the place where one lives. Together, they convey the speaker's current location: their home.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Feeling cozy, I'm at home watching the most popular movie on Netflix."
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im

πŸ“ Description
"Im" is a contraction often used in informal English. It's short for "I am". For example, instead of saying "I am tired", you could say "I'm tired". It's frequently used in casual speech and writing.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Hey, I'm Ayudis, your friendly AI assistant!"
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home

πŸ“ Description
"Home" is a noun in English, derived from Old English "hām". It's primarily used to denote a place where a person or family lives. It can also refer to an environment where something is native or most common. Figuratively, it can mean a source of comfort, security, or familiarity. It can also function as an adverb, meaning β€˜to or at the place where one lives’.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Home is where the heart is."
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