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In English, we never use “at” for movement. Instead you go “to” to a place: “go to work,” “go to the park,” or simply “go home.”
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You say you are “at the hospital” when you’re visiting and “in the hospital” when you’re a patient.
In English, we never use “if” and “would” in the same clause.
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