"I went to a party after work."
I feel like I should know this by now, but what is the へ indicating after "party"? I tried to use が like a chump...
It's like "to" or "toward". Similar to に. I don't know exactly when you use one over the other.
it's for something like indicating location, don't worry, it'll become more natural as you use them more frequently.
That would mean the party is going somewhere. He or ni make it into the destination.
Kinda feel that the translation reflects a different sentence structure that makes understanding the japanese more difficult
i read this as "i finish work, then i went to a party". should おわって be おわった to signify it was past tense?
From what I understand, if you have multiple verbs, you should use the -te form on all but the last verb, and the tense of the last verb dictates the tense of the whole sentence.