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This isn’t a correct way of saying only. In these cases, rather than saying ‘only’ you would say ‘alone’; I am at home alone. I am at the railway station alone. You could also say: I am the only person at home. I am the only person at the railway station.


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According to the Cambridge Dictionary, only can be used in two ways: as an adjective, meaning that there is a single one of something. as an adverb, meaning 'not more' When it is used as an adjective, it normally occurs before a noun: This is my only pen Adverb positioning is a lot more flexible, for example: Only a fool would believe his story! I only ...


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