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Hello,

1. He father went in to change.

Does it mean he go bedroom or any other part of house to change the clothe?

Thanks.
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Hi,

He father went in to change.

I wonder if perhaps you mean 'His father went in to change'.

Clive
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Or her father - requiring a less complicated typo.
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Commas would normally be placed around father: He, father, went in to change. Or just: Father went in to change.

Yes, it does mean that he went into some room -- probably the bedroom -- to change his clothes.
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Hello Mr.Clive, Khoff

I am sorry. It is typing mistake. The sentence is "His father..........."