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Suppose I’m at a party and I have to leave from there as it’s getting dark:

I have to leave for home.

I have to head home.

I have to bounce from here for home.

Which one should I say? And are they all correct?

Thanks

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  • French (France) Near fluent
  • French (Canada)

  • French (France) Near fluent
  • French (Canada)

  • English (US)

  • French (France) Near fluent
  • French (Canada)

  • English (US)

  • French (France) Near fluent
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Suppose I’m at a party and I have to leave from there as it’s getting dark:

I have to leave for home.

I have to head home.

I have to bounce from here for home.

Which one should I say? And are they all correct?

Thanks
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