So if I hear someone say, "Han går til huset." I know that they are telling me he is walking to the house (his or someone else's).
If someone says, "Han drar til huset." I know that they are telling me he is going to the house, but how he gets there is irrelevant or unknown.
Because the sentence "Han går til huset" doesn't specify which house it is. It could be his house, yes, but it could also be his friend's/parent's/neighbour's house. "He goes home" would be fine if you indicated his ownership of the house: "Han går til huset sitt."
"Går" usually means "walk", not "go". "He goes home" is "Han drar hjem" or "Han reiser hjem".
This sounds like 'Husa' fast, which is correct, but the slow audio says 'Tusa'
May I say 'Han går (til?) hjemme' instead? I do not still understand the difference between hjemme and hus. Tusen takk in advance.
"He is walking to the house" implies the house is his destination
"He is walking towards the house" implies he is walking that direction, but the house might not be his destination
Non Norwegian speaker here so I could be wrong. Kanskje " han går mot huset " ?
No it won't be. "Towards to" is "mot". "Goes towards the house"="går mot huset"
Does this imply he is walking to the house? Or he could be using any means of transportation to go to the house?