why can't "spazieren" be used here?
nach? doesn't that imply motion?
Nach does often imply motion, but is used for going to cities and countries: Wir gehen nach Berlin. Sie geht nach Deutschland.
It should be nach deinem Haus ! Man benutzt "zu", wenn er schon dort ist
Ich bin zu Hause !! ( Wo? )
Ich gehe nach Hause !! (Wohin?)
No, "nach deinem Haus" is wrong. It's only "nach Hause" when "Hause" is immediately preceded by "nach". You can't modify "nach Hause".
zu einem Haus = to a house (any house)
nach Hause = home (homeward)
zu Hause = at home
Thank you for the clarification :)
Danke schon wie immer!
I understand that <<Hause>> is the archaic dative form of <<Haus>> but how common is it actually used in German? like <<zu Hause>>
Shouldn't "Wir gehen bei dir" be acceptable?
Shouldn't this be accusative? It is about going towards the house
"zu" takes the dative.
Can you not say "Wir gehen zu dir"? I thought I remembered that you could....
yes you can but it doesn't fully explain the situation i guess.
it takes "wir laufen zu deinem Haus" as right, so I wanted to ask whether "laufen" means "to walk" or "to run".