Today I will show you how to use “de” (by / with / at)

Eat with chopstick – O hashi de tabemasu
Cut with scissors – Hasami de kirimasu
Write with pencil – Enpitsu de kakimasu
Speak in English – Eigo de hanashimasu

Go by car – Kuruma de ikimasu

Swim at the sea – Umi de Oyogimasu
Play inside the house – Uchi no naka de asobimasu

Meaning : Hashi (Chopstick / Bridge), Hasami (Scissors), Eigo (English), Umi (Sea), Oyogimasu (Swim), Asobimasu (Play)

Q : You come by what? – Nani de kimasu ka?
A : I come by car – Kuruma de kimasu

For negative use “de wa”. Example : Hasami de wa kirimasen

The combination of “de” and “e”
Go to school by train – Densha de Gakkou e ikimasu
Isn’t going to school by train – Densha de wa gakkou e ikimasen

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