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    littlebaby is offline Junior Member
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    Default get out and get out of

    I want to say that I want you to leave here.
    If I don't want to use the word "leave",
    should I say,

    1. I want you to get out here.

    2. I want you to get out of here.

    which one is correct?

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    MikeNewYork is offline VIP Member
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    Default Re: get out and get out of

    Quote Originally Posted by littlebaby View Post
    I want to say that I want you to leave here.
    If I don't want to use the word "leave",
    should I say,

    1. I want you to get out here.

    2. I want you to get out of here.

    which one is correct?
    #2.

    #1 means "come here from where you are".
    #2 means "go away".

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