What is the difference between "Our mother visits us at home" and "We visit our mother at home" in Latin ?
I think "Our mother visits us at home." would be something like "Mater nostra nos domi visitat."
Thanks for answering. I am confused by the different endings of the words. How to know which ending means what ?
Noun endings are probably one of the hardest parts when starting to learn Latin, especially since there are a few declensions and have different ending. Eventually you will know them and it will make parsing a sentence much easier.
A decent resource would potentially be looking the word up on a site like Wiktionary. It provides you will the nouns in their different forms. Like for mater: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/mater#Latin. There is a table that gives you the noun in all its cases.
A good hint is that if the ending on a word is -m, it generally means it's in the accusative, that it's a direct object (though beware of words ending in -arum or -orum, since that's a genitive plural).