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Using に twice in the [Verb-連用形]に行く sentence pattern
Consider these example sentences given by my grammar dictionary: (1) 私はデパートへ贈り物を買いに行った。 (2) そこへ何をしに行くんですか。 Observation: The location is marked by へ instead of に. Considering that a ...
Sep 4 '11 at 13:18
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