Corners. And if the goalie is in one corner, shoot for the other.
Not always you mainly try to keep it right or wide
it is a better shooting design so you can shoot faster and have better accuracy.
Person 1 Field hockey is just as hard as any sport, it all depends on the amount of dedication you put into it. Person 2 I've played some field hockey and a lot of ice hockey, and I found field hockey much harder. For one thing, it is unfair to those of us who are left shots. Because of the types of sticks in field hockey, we all had to shoot right. Also, a ball on grass is much harder to handle than a puck on ice. I didn't enjoy playing field hockey at all.
In the NHL, all available shooters must shoot at least one time before the same player can shoot again. In Olympic hockey, the same shooter can make unlimited attempts after the first three rounds have taken place.
in hockey you need to be able to skate, shoot and pass
you should practise lots
It will probably be OK, but if you are a serious field hockey player, you would not use an indoor stick on the turf nor use your turf stick indoors. It is not OK to use an indoor stick outside. When you want to shoot the ball you might break your stick because it is too thin. It is ok cuz there isn't much difference between them.
The hockey puck was invented so hockey players had something to shoot into the goal.
you shoot the puck in the net
Yes, you should use curved hockey stick as it makes passing, shooting, and stick handling better. There are two types of curves(right and left) and you should chose the stick which corresponds with the way you shoot. If this is your first hockey stick and you don't know which way you shoot yet, then a stick with a non-curved blade will do short-term.