English grammar questions, answered by Alan
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A. Nobody home
B. Nobody's home
What is the difference between A and B?
Are both of them mean 'no people stay at home'?
Why is it not 'Nobody is at home'
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"Nobody is at home" is correct but we often say "Nobody's [is]home"in informal English