「Describing actions in the Present, Future, and Past」
The particle e or ni, when following a noun, is used to indicate the direction in which an action precedes. It means "to," "toward," "in the direction of," etc. When the particle de follows a noun, with that phrase followed by a verb, it indicates the means used to perform an action. The contrastive wa may be added to the particle e, ni (ex., 4), or de; wa is added to these particles, instead of replacing them as it does with o・を.
Hiru-san wa raishū kuruma de Tekisasu e kaeru.
Mr. Hill will return (home) to Texas next week.
Heren-san wa doko e ikimasu ka.
Where is Helen going?
Rainen no natsu, fune de Hawai ni ikimasu.
We are going to Hawaii by boat next summer.
Gogo, ginkō e ikimasu. Yūbinkyoku e wa ikimasen.
This afternoon I'll go to the bank. Not to the post office.
Hope this helps, and see you again！
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