"We are not going home yet."
Translation:We gaan nog niet naar huis.
What is the difference between 'huis' and 'thuis'? If I wanted to use 'thuis' would it instead be "wij gaan nog niet thuis"?
Thuis means 'at house'. So you can use thuis only when you want to say - I am at house. But for my house you use - mijn huis
Could someone please explain the rules of where to place 'nog' in a sentence? Thanks!
Why is "naar" needed in this sentence? "Ik ga huis" seems to be correct.
Both in English and Dutch you need a preposition (to and naar respectively) before the destination:
- ik ga naar de stad = I go to the city
- ik loop naar het park = I walk to the park
In English going home is an exception, in Dutch this exception doesn't exist.