did you went to there yesterday?

did you go to there yesterday?

i am not certain which one is right,can i use original shape or preterite in here?

could you also tell me the reason.thank you very much.
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Neither is right, for various reasons. The correct version is:

Did you go there yesterday?

Please study it carefully. (Notice that it is unrelated to negation.)
are meaning of two same?

thank you very much
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No meaning; bad English, Mr. Pig. Only this is correct: Did you go there yesterday?

Emotion: sad::::::::

my english

however,thank u very much.
The meaning is understandable for me. Grammar less than perfect, but who cares? Emotion: smile

Don't need 'to'. Those infinitives, eh? 'To' is typically used in an infinitive verb pair: 'to go', 'to eat' etc., people like to keep them together: 'to go, boldly' is OK, but 'to boldly go' is wrong! I think that's daft, why can't 'to' be used with an adverb/verb? We all say it, and modern English grammarians tell us to forget those old Latin(?) rules, and go with whatever.

Vicky Pollard rules. Is she incredibly complex or really simple? We know what she is saying but also cringe.

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i am confused in whether add "to" or not

sometimes,we say : go to bed,go to cinema,go to party,go to school......there are more expression as it,why donot add "to"in that sentence when we say "go there"?tell me the reason pls?

other question?it is a past tense in this sentence,also,it is a question,we put auxil.v. "did" in the head of sentence,why do we use the verb.of original shape in back but to keep the consistent as head?

help me,thank you.
go to bed, go to cinema, go to party, go to school

You should notice that all these "bed""cinema""school" are nouns, and "go" is an intransitive verb. There's gotta be some preposition between them. That's why "to" appears here.

go there

"there" is an adverb used to modify the verb "go". There is no need to add other prepositions here. So, we do not use "to".
so clear,i got it,thank u very much.
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