5. In DUTCH, how to say "I went to the bakery" "I am at the bakery", "I went to the drugstore", "I am at the drugstore"?

***Read the NOTICE below. PLEASE, do NOT use electronic traslators, such asm Google Translate, PLEASE. HOW TO SAY IN DUTCH? 1. I went to the bakery 2. I am at the bakery 3. I went to the drugstore 4. I am at the drugstore PLEASE, tell me if you are a Dutch native speaker. ****** ****** ******... show more ***Read the NOTICE below.
PLEASE, do NOT use electronic traslators, such asm Google Translate, PLEASE.

HOW TO SAY IN DUTCH?

1. I went to the bakery

2. I am at the bakery

3. I went to the drugstore

4. I am at the drugstore

PLEASE, tell me if you are a Dutch native speaker.

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NOTICE: I ask those similar questions, because languages, somerimes, BREAK the pattern.

For example, in English, usually we say "go TO THE" and "be AT THE", but, sometimes, we find EXCEPTIONS, such as:

be AT work, be ON THE beach, be IN THE park, be AT home, be HOME;

go TO work, go TO church, go TO school, go HOME;
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