The difference between 'home to' and 'home for' For example: The Milky Way is home to billions of stars. It's a big home for such a small family. Could anyone explain me whether 'home to' and 'home for' are the same or not?
Aug 27, 2018 11:54 AM
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Think of the first one as a set expression: A specific place + is home to + things/people that usually live in that place e.g. Our garden is home to a fox and sometimes also, a lot of badgers. Home can also refer to the building where a person lives, like in the second sentence. You could substitute "home" for house, flat, etc.
August 27, 2018
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