I am going home.

I am going to home.

Irrelevantly I should mention here that I perfectly know what the difference between to and towards is. My concern has to do with the meaning when we make the sentence without to or towards


Although many language learners say it, 'go to home' in any form is simply not standard English: Google Ngram.

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