I have memorize a lot of verbs like at least both Genki books worth and then some. My problem is i don't understand how particles work at all, i have read dozen of articles asked multiple teacher for help and in the end there is just no point in trying to understand how they work; my brain simply cannot understand at all how to use them. So what i want in a resource i can type a verb into and it will tell me the particle's it uses for different things.
for example 借りる is listed in the genki book as a verb to borrow and unlike most verbs in the book it actually has a (を thing) written beside it. This is fairly unhelpful. for example.
This possible the correct use of particles for this particular sentence, but i am definitely not sure and some are much worse than this.
Now i can easily memorize things, i just want to take all the verbs i know and memorize what particles are used for that verb. but i want all the particles. not oh 話す use's を i mean yeah form here only because its を i do know it uses the particle で for the location. But lets say i am at the library talking to jordan about mathematics. so well probably I will be followed by ha and library will be followed by de but its less clear how i mark who i am talking to and what about. i would probably guess ni for the person and wo for the topic. However it may be to for the person and some verbs the person is marked with wo and the object is marked with ni.
for example, 今日俺は東証間で友達に数学を話しました。 今日友達は私に昼ご飯をごちそうしました。 so the first one is probably correct. but, 昨日友達は家に大学まで私を送りました。 perhaps the ni should probably be kara but im trying to illustrate a point.
EDIT: here is an example that is defiantly a complete reversal. 今日私の先生は家に私を呼びました。and 明日私の先生は私に先生の町を案内します。 In the first sentence place ni person wo in the second person ni place wo.
What i am trying to say is its a giant mess and there is no simple way to understand it.
Though less ideal than a resource to look up all the particles would be something i can practice picking the correct particles.