I understand what the particle で does as far as describing how or where an action took place. But I notice that I run into で many other times where it seems to have a different function.
Could someone help clarify the uses of で? Specifically its uses other than describing how/where an action occurred.
An example would be something like this:
Or as used in では, or じゃ. I know what it means in conjugations for adjectives and such, but I often see just では following other words like nouns with no verb after it or any thing. In the case where it's alone like that, what does it mean?