I just subscribed to wanikani and started on level 4. I’m only studying Japanese since one month, and I have focused mainly on kanji so my grammar is a bit short. I just ran into a new vocabulary where all three example sentences kind of confuse me, which hasn’t happened before.
Can anyone help me out with the following?:
Mom went out shopping at the department store.
Here, I know かいもの is a noun, but I don’t understand why there is no form of する here to indicate doing the shopping (I guess 出かける already performs that function?), and I don’t understand what the particle に does to かいもの in this sentence.
Since my husband went out with kids, I can play Dragon Quest as much as I want.
So far I learned doing something “with” someone uses the “と” particle. Why is it “を” here?
I’m going out to the beach with my family on Sunday.
And the same question as 2, but this time “で” is used to mean with? Again, why not “と”?
Thank you for any help.