Consider the following sentence:
I do not go to the office.
Is this correct English? Can I drop the article? My guess is that then it would mean that there's no office I can go to. And original phrase means that I work for a company, which has an office, but I don't go there for one reason or another. Correct me where I'm wrong please.
Also, I was told that there must be something before the word "office." Is that really so?
I was told that (no way to link to the specific comment),
They are accepting "my office" but the answer at the top is "the office". As long as the English matches what we would normally say without adding or subtracting extra words, they accept it. Something has to be before the word office in English, so they allow "my."
From this I gather that you can't just say, "I don't go to office." Is that so? Why? I'm not referring to any particular office here, since I don't go to any of them.