Question 001: Why is ‘to’ not used before ‘home’?

Answer 001: Before answering the the question, let us talk about how adverbs are used after verbs. In British English, adverbs are used independently after verbs without the help of prepositions. For example, Come here. Come to school. In the first example, ‘here’ is an adverb. So, no preposition is used after the verb ‘come’. But in the second example, since school is not an adverb, preposition ‘to’ is used after the verb. When intransitive verbs are extended, we need either an adverb or a Continue reading →Answer 001: Before answering the the question, let us talk about how adverbs are used after verbs. In British English, adverbs are used independently after verbs without the help of prepositions. For example, Come here. Come to school. In the first example, 'here' is an adverb. So, no preposition is used after the verb 'come'. But in the second example, since school is not an adverb, preposition 'to' is used after the verb. When intransitive verbs are extended, we need either an adverb or a Continue reading →