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

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

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