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助詞「へ」. Indicates motion towards (English "to").

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Why cannot verbs like 歩く、走る、泳ぐ be used with に or へ?

I've learnd that: verbs like 歩く、走る、泳ぐ cannot be used with に or へ, and only まで can be uesd in this case. For example: 時間がなかったので、駅 (〇まで/ Xに/Xへ) 走った。 But when it comes to verbs like 行く、来る、着く,both に,へ ...
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Why is the particle へ used for direction here and does particle で here mean because of?

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Translation involving nuances of 、 and へ

I am working on translating the phrase 格闘の天才、世界へ. All available information tells me that the translation should be either "Fighting geniuses to the world" or "Fighting geniuses, to the ...
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What does へ mean at the end of this sentence?

Just wondering what へ means in this context. 日本郵政「かんぽの宿」すべて売却へ Seems like it might be implying that the "Kanpo no Yado" are going to sell off all its assets but I'm a little confused as to ...
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Difference between に and へ particles

I am a beginner, and I do not really understand the difference between に and へ particles. My teacher told that they can be used interchangeably when it comes to indicating "direction" and &...
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Why is there only one の in 牧師から信徒への手紙?

牧師から信徒への手紙 "a letter from a pastor to the congregation" - weblio example shouldn't it be 牧師からの信徒への手紙 ? It seems to me that 牧師から and 信徒へ are modifying 手紙 independently. Is this some kind ...
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How precisely is the へ particle to be understood in 「そこへ、…」 when it means "then"?

The sentence in question (source): そこへ、猿がやって来ました。 It is translated as "Then, the monkey approached". From what I understand, he へ particle normally is used with a verb to imply it's ...
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「に、へ、まで」the difference in use with verbs

Well. I saw some topics here on same subjet, but I still didn't get the full image of a rule. に - iplies the place, where is purpose-action will take place (final destination) へ - implies the ...
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"外で遊びに行く" vs "外へ遊びに行く"

I saw the following 2 options in an exam question: 私は__に行く a. 外で遊び b. 外へ遊び The answer is '外へ遊びに行く' Does 'で' also work here? What's the difference here?
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The particle へ in 山へ面している

tl;dr: Should へ be replaced with に here? I was reading Imabi and found the following example: 小屋は山へ面している。 As far as I know, へ is used with motion verbs especially when transition from one (...
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What's the difference between particle へ and を?

Whats the difference between these particles and these two sentences? 国へ帰ります 国を帰ります Don't they both mean "I return to the country"? or A. おかあさんはみせへいく。 B. おかあさんはみせをいく。 Are those both correct ways ...
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General Differences between へ and に

So this is a total re-write of my question. Outside of uses that include travel, walking, riding, driving, going or returning or any other form of travelling and moving; What cases would it be ...
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Confusion with へ in a sentence

I'm finding this sentence a bit tricky. 光{ひかり}の川{かわ}へ願{ねが}いの橋{はし}を掛{か}け奇跡{きせき}は渡{わた}るよ This sentence is confusing me very much! I am not sure what it means. Does it mean: Build a bridge of ...
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could someone clarify this text about the へparticle

In Particles used with verbs, Japanese grammar guide by Tae Kim: Note that we cannot use the 「へ」 particle with verbs that have no physical direction. For example, the following is incorrect. • ...
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How to ask what days of the week someone does something

How would I ask some "What days of the week do you go to school?" Would "なんようび、がっこうへいきますか" be a correct translation?
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the に行きます construction and particles

I know the (place)へ(noun)を(verb)に行きます construction, but I also know that in some instances the particle に can indicate the place where we're going. Is it possible to use に instead of へ in this ...
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What is the meaning of への?

What is the meaning of へ or への in this case: 中国では日本のアニメや漫画への人気が高いことに加え、「君の名は。」は、ネット上などで早くから話題を 集めていて、映画館によっては、予約販売ですでにほとんどの席が埋まるところも出ています。
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Is へ really necessary in this phrase?

In a text related to norms and regulations I read this phrase: 材料メーカーにおける試験値のミルシートへの記載誤りであり、製造者の受け入れ検査不備による。 I don't understand this へ particle here. Is really necessary? I think it can be omitted,...
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The use of へ and に in regards to time

If I were heading toward Tokyo but not neccessarily to Tokyo I would use へ. If I were going to Tokyo I would use に. That much I understand. My question is whether this can be extended to time. For ...
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Are へ and に interchangeable in these cases?

I'm just starting to learn Japanese. I do not quite understand one of the uses of the captioned particles. I've learned that に refers to the location of the destination, and へ refers to the direction ...
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The use of へ towards an abstract concept

I understand the obvious uses of へ. My understanding gets a bit fuzzy when it comes to things other than a physical direction toward a physical place. For example; a sentence such as this: 勝ちへ向かう Is ...
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How are the noun 方【へ】 and the particle へ related?

I looked up the etymology of 古【いにしえ】 on gogen-allguide, and found the following: いにしえは、「去る」を意味する動詞「いぬ(往ぬ)」の連用形「イニ」に、過去を示す助動詞「キ」の連体形「シ」がついた「イニシ」が、方向を表す名詞「ヘ(方)」を修飾した「往にし方(いにしへ)」。 This basically says ...
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への対へ/に-Difference between への and へ/に

This is actually following a recently asked question on how to say "for." I thought that saying あなたに私の愛 sounded perfectly fine - "toward you, my love." However another user changed it to あなたに対する愛, ...
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Particle と with へ; ~へと

Consider ~へと in these cases: ~へと下がる : (of some quantity) to fall to ~ ~へと先送りされる : to be postponed to ~ ~へと旅立つ : to make a trip to ~ ~へと広がる : to spread to ~ へと seems to be equivalent to ...
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What purpose does は serve after へ in this sentence?

ところで、今週末のゴルフ大会へは行くんですか。 I feel I have a decent understanding of both of those particles, but I'm wondering how the meaning of the sentence changes with and without the は after へ.
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When are へ and に used together?

おばあさん は 川(かわ) へ せんたく に でかけます。 Why is there both へ and に? When can they be used together? Can someone break down the sentence for me to understand?
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へ or に particle for 曲がる?

i was wondering what may be the difference in nuance between 右へ曲がる and 右に曲がる ? Example: Take a right turn and you'll see the library. 1) 右へ曲がると、図書館がある。 2) 右に曲がると、図書館がある。 As for [noun-location] ...
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How to use へ (-e), に (-ni), まで (made) and の方 (no-hō) with destination and direction?

It is common to ask the difference between just "へ" (-e) and "に" (-ni) but it seems to get even more complicated when you also mix in "まで" (made) and even "の方" (no-hō). When Japanese people ask me ...
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When going somewhere, is there any difference between e (へ) and ni (に)?

Can you use へ and に interchangeably, as in: 北海道へ行く and 北海道に行く ? Are there any subtle differences in the use of these two?
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