Hello! I was wondering if anybody here would be willing to sort out a doubt I have.
So I’m in chapter 7 in Genki I, and I was practising how to use the structure of going somewhere to do something (purpose). Like this (Sorry, I do not know how to put furigana! But the kanji is fairly simple.):
Then, I simply asked myself if I could connect two actions with the て form and use the purpose structure.
As in “I will go to X place to do do Y and Z.”
Could it look something like this?
来週、僕は友達の家に勉強して、ゲームしに行きます。(What I thought here is that I need the Te form to connect the other half of the sentence, and then I used the stem verb for the purpose structure. As far as I’m concerned, when using Te forms, the part which comes after the Te form determines the prior one.)
Did I mess it up big time? Am I trying to bite more than I can chew? Please, help! Thank you in advance!