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私は質問がある. What do you do if you have two phrases in a sentence that seem like they should end with the same particle? Say, "I ate with chopsticks in Toukyou"? Would this be "東京で箸で食べた"? Or is it invalid to have two で phrases?
Hmm... now I am confused. I was taught three location particles: で for verbs of action, に for verbs of state or rest, and へ for verbs of motion. Is this inaccurate? Or is 食べる considered a verb of state/rest rather than action?