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stay home

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"Stay home" is an imperative sentence in English. It's a command or direct request, often used in the context of urging people to remain in their residences. This phrase has gained significant popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic as a public health advice.
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"Due to the rainy weather, it's best to stay home and enjoy a good book."
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stay

πŸ“ Description
"Stay" is an imperative verb in English. It instructs or orders someone or something to remain in place or continue in a certain state. It can also be used as a noun, meaning a period of time spent in a place.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Remember to stay hydrated and healthy; it's the key to happiness."
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home

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"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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