adding the word to
How do I know when to add the word to in a sentence,
we will be going to sleep.
I will be going to home.
There's no rule about when "to" is included -- it's just a matter of learning all of the English language's idioms (which are inconsistent). Here are some of the big ones:
- I'm going to sleep.
- I'm going to school.
- I'm going to work.
- I'm going to the store (or the house, or the park, etc.)
Not using "to":
- I'm going home.
- I'm going outside.
- I'm going inside.
- I'm going shopping (or fishing, or dancing, etc.)
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