Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N4 course!
Which is correct?
I am struggle [で] and [に], I always confused two of them.
*水 みず water
持っていく もっていく bring
This に marks the purpose.
If に is used as the “purpose” marker, you can replace に with ために(in order to, so that, for).
I will bring water for camping.
If you say, キャンプで、水を持っていきます, it means “I (will) bring water somewhere while camping.”…it doesn’t make sense.
That’s because で marks the place where the action is taken.
I hope my answer helps you.😊
In the JLPT course, you can ask me any questions as much as you want.
I will teach you until you get it!
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