yeah it sounds grammatically correct
Are your children coming home? is grammatically correct.
It is grammatically correct to say "I'm at home" instead of "I'm in home".
Yes, it is.
Yes. I would have said "you're home" but yeah, it's correct.
No, that isn't grammatically correct.You should say "Why didn't you come to my home?"The helper verb "to do" is conjugated (did, did not) but the verb (come) is not.
It is always back home and not back to home as to is not added before home.
It is not grammatically correct to say ' you go to home'. Instead you should leave out the word to, and say 'you, go home'.
One can say home-works if that is one's desire it does not mean that it will be grammatically correct though.
Yes, you do. "Stay-at-home" is hyphenated, but "mother" does not have to be. Either version is grammatically correct.
You need to separate your question from the sentence you are asking about, but if the sentence you are asking about is "You hope that your family will return home safely." then the answer is "Yes." I would phrase your question as follows: Is this sentence grammatically correct? "You hope that your family will return home safely."
The sentence (not sentance) is grammatically correct