Konnichiwa! It’s Chika sensei.
Today I share my reply to a student’s question in the JLPT All-in-One course.
I hope you will find it helpful!
go/come/back to [Place]
[A student’s comment]
Hi, Chika sensei.
がっこうへ行きます and がっこうに行きます, can I use both?
[Chika Sensei’s reply]
Yes, you can use both.
＝に indicates destination, sounds just like “I will go to the school.”
＝You want the listener to pay attention to the direction or the path.
がっこうへ行きます sounds like “I will head for the school.”
Since に has a wider range of usage, に is often used in conversation.
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