Go Home

In English we use a prepositional phrase to indicate the end or goal of motion: "I am going to Rome". There is, however, one exception: the object case without a preposition indicates the end or goal of motion with the word "home": "I am going home." This expression is the same as the Latin domum eo. Latin, of course, may use the accusative case in this way with cities, towns and small islands and with rus ("country").