Translation:Where are you going every evening?
'Nere' is like the basic form of these two, though I have never seen it used in it's basic form. Nere can take several cases, in which it gets his meaning.
(y)E - the suffix, that gets a Y after a word ending with a vowel, and an E or an A according to vowel harmony -- direction, 'to' -- ev-e (to home), okul-a (to school)
-DE - this suffix means location, 'in, at', and gets the forms of TE DE TA DA according to vowel and consonant harmony. -- bahce-de (in the garden), okul-da (at school), kitap-ta (in the book) yemek-te (in the food)
-DEn - this suffix means a direction 'from', the ablative, and according to vowelharmony changes into TEN DEN TAN DAN. Okul-dan, ev-den, kitap-tan, yemek-ten.
Examples with 'nere':
Nere-ye gidiyorsun? Where are you going to? - Eve gidiyorum. Im going home.
Nere-de oturuyorsun? Where do you live? - İstanbulda oturuyorum. - I live in İstanbul.
Nere-den geldin? Where did you come from? - Okuldan geldim - I cam from school.
nereli - where from, meaning nationality, the city or town in which someone was born.