I thought pulang was already returning home from previous lessons
Yes, me too. Still wondering why they add the " ke rumahnya" here.
'-nya' can be suffixed and functions as a possessive, like this :
rumah mereka = rumahnya = their house
rumah dia = rumahnya = his/her house
I keep wanting to use "kembali". Is it possible since "rumahnya" makes it clear where they're going?
Is "rumah mereka" false?
No, but I did not know nya can also work for mereka
Thanks, I didn't know it could be used on "mereka".
"They return to their home, which is (in) Jakarta"
Where is return in this sentence?
Return (home) = pulang