In the sentence "Mr. Yamada goes to work at eight thirty." where would the に be placed? Would it be
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Technically, you need to use に after both the time phrase (where it indicates "at") and after "job" (where it indicates "to"). So the correct sentence would be:
While particles are often omitted in casual speech, omitting them in written Japanese would be grammatically incorrect.