I'm interested in whether we can use "to" before "here" and "there".
- You can always return to here whenever you want.
- You should never go to there.
Is it idiomatic in any way? Does it have a valid grammatical usage?
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No, because in standard English "to" introduces a predicate or prepositional phrase.
Go here/go there. I really don't think regional dialects really matter at this level. I have never seen it and just because it might exist in some odd little area is just not relevant as a general principle. Maybe it does exist in the Outer Hebrides, but is that relevant here? Thousands of variations exist to just about everything.