It hasn't been answered. Please help.
Please help me understand why they use [には] in this sentence. Compare with [は], what is the difference it makes in that context ?
I have taken a look at this question that may be a duplicate, but however it does not help me resolve my question. That question seems to compare に with には while I am comparing は with には. I would like to find out the difference if は had been used in my example sentence instead.