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Using な in positive instead of negative imperative (e.g. 行きな)
Putting な after a plain verb turns it into negative imperative. But I noticed that in spoken Japanese, putting な after conjunctive form (連用形) turns it into positive imperative. For example: ...
Aug 17 '11 at 14:56
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