"I go from the house."
Translation:저는 집에서 갑니다.
"에서": within, at (a building, place), from (a building, place) "에": going to a SPECIFIC destination/describe that something exists somewhere "까지": going till; up to (a place) "(으)로": going towards a direction (e.g. home, maybe not the final destination. Also synonymous with the word "with" and denotes role, e.g. a driver, dancer, performer). "으로" is used after a vowel while "로" is used after a consonant. Do take note that sometimes "(으)로" is used in the meaning of "에".