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This looks like やる in a colloquial form. Can someone clear up what this says?

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やっちゃるけんな(in the Kyushu dialect)=やってやるからな=やってやるぞ

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けん isn't the same thing as いけません? – language hacker Jan 11 '12 at 17:42
Nope, you must be confusing けん with いけん. They often say ~だけん(ね/な)/~するけん(ね/な)to mean ~だから(ね/な)/~するから(ね/な)etc. – user1016 Jan 11 '12 at 17:50

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