"You may go home."
Translation:Ihr dürft nach Hause gehen.
what role is nach (i.e. after) playing here??? is "ihr dürft hause gehen" not correct??
"nach Hause" is a phrase meaning "home" when indicating destination. "nach" generally means "to" when it comes before a place, so you could think of it as "to home". "Hause" on it's own is not sufficient, as it is just the dative form of "Haus" (which is now uncommon except in set phrases like nach Hause and zu Hause)