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Japanese: 連れてけ vs 連れ

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sheetz
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11 February 2009 at 1:09am | IP Logged 
Can someone explain the difference between the two expressions, 連れてけ and 連れろ、both meaning "take (someone) away"?

連れろ appears to be the imperative form of 連れる, but 連れてけ seems to be the -te form of 連れる plus け. If so what does the け mean? Is it a nonstandard suffix?


Edited by sheetz on 11 February 2009 at 1:11am

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Alkeides
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11 February 2009 at 1:34am | IP Logged 
連れてけ= contracted form of 連れて行け
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sheetz
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11 February 2009 at 1:47am | IP Logged 
Thanks! I was really stumped!
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Monox D. I-Fly
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What does that Kanji read?


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