go to work / get to work / be at work / start work / finish work etc.
- What time do you go to work in the morning? (not “to the work”)
- I finish work at 5 o'clock every day.
go to school / be at school / start school / leave school etc.
- What did you learn at school today? (not “at the school”)
go to university / be at university etc.
- After she leaves school (not “leaves the school”) she wants to go to
university. (not “go to the university”)
go to church / be at (or in) church
- Don usually goes to church on Sundays. (not “to the church”)
go to bed / be in bed
- I'm tired. I'm going to bed. (not “to the bed”)
go to hospital / be in hospital
- Jack is very ill. He's in hospital. (not “in the hospital”)
go to prison / be in prison
- I wouldn't like to be in prison. (not “in the prison”)
go home / get home / arrive home / come home / walk home / leave home etc. be at home / stay at home etc.
- I'm tired. I'm going home. (not “to home”)
- Are you going out or are you staying at home?