I am currently doing some exercises for my Japanese class, but they are all in hiragana, which is sometimes irritating, but in this sentence I fail to see the meaning and thus unable to pick the suitable answer, 3:
ゆうびんきょくに ＿＿ かえります。
Available answers are :
1) やんで 2) よんで 3) よって 4) やって
I thought ~による was used in a sense similar to "According to..." but I really don't see how this fits within the sentence.
Is this another usage of the above form ?
A different verb ? I really think it is more of a suite of actions, "Do something at the post office and come back". I really wish I had a kanji there to help me out... As a bonus, why do textbooks often contain no kanjis and only hiragana ? This seems more confusing that anything else to me.