I'm going to Spain tomorrow. The last time I visited Spain it was great. After that, I will go home.
Why don't English speakers say
- I'm going to home.
- I have visited to Spain.
"To" would be a preposition, right?
- Home ( Adverb as it describes the "going", therefore no need to add the preposition = I'm going home.
- What would the rule be here?
No "to" because __________ = I have visited to Spain.
Why would it work to change visited with gone? = I have gone to Spain.
Thanks in advance