I have read that we do not use to before home as home is an adverb here:
I am going home.
You come home.
He goes home.
We can use to before home in some cases:
I am going to his home.
You are coming to my home.
He has been going to your home.
I have asked this question because I was reading about the direct and indirect speech and I found this piece of content on a website, so I got confused and landed here:
There two ways to convey a message of a person, or the words spoken by a person to other person.
- Direct speech
- Indirect speech
Suppose your friend whose name is John tells you in school, “I will give you a pen”. You come to home and you want to tell your brother what your friend told you. There are two ways to tell him.