1. で (de)
2. に (ni)
3. の (no)
4. へ／に (he/ni)
Indicates the place where an action takes place . Compare this with に (2c), which has a similar function with a limited number of verbs. English equivalent: “at,” “in.”
I eat breakfast at home every day.
Yamada-san works at a department store in Ginza.
The first Olympiad was held in Greece.
で (de) is also used when the place referred to is not a physical location (e.g., a conference room) so much as an occasion or situation (e.g, a conference).
Assembly-person Tamura asked a question in the Assembly/Parliament.
At the employment interview for that company, I wasn’t able to answer the questions very well, so I may not be accepted (may not be able to join the company).