Are you home now meaning?
“Are you at home ?” would be asked by someone wishing to ascertain someone else’s whereabouts, expecting them, but not being certain that they are ‘at home’.
Alternatively – colloquially – it can mean ‘are you comfortable/familiar with something, in which case it would usually be followed by ‘with’..
Are you home yet meaning?
“Are you home yet?” is used to ask if someone has arrived at home.
Can I take you home meaning?
“I’ll take you home” means come, I’ll bring you away and then I’ll go back or go to my place. This is going away from the party. “I’ll bring you home” means come with me and we both go home. We probably both live at that place or it is our end stop.
Is I am home correct grammar?
Yes both are possible. First one is confirmation, i’m Home. The second one is confirmation, but also suggests that you might have been somewhere else, e.g at the office or away. “I’m home” can be used to announce one’s arrival at home.
What does I’m home mean?
“I’m home” means “I have arrived at home” (after being away for while, for instance after a trip, or after working in an office the whole day). In the phrase “I’m home”, the word “home” is used as an adverb, not a noun.
Where is your home or house?
When we ask others it is always “Where is your house? ”. When we talk about ourselves then we say ‘I am going home’. House refers to the building made of bricks concrete etc. When we ask where is your house, we mean what is the address of your house?