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Grammar detail: ぜ and ぞ

ぜ and ぞ - colloquial versions of よ
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Both ぜ and ぞ are sentence ending particles used as alternatives to よ, primarily by male speakers. Both forms are used in very colloquial speech (especially in manga / anime), or in somewhat less colloquial speech when a much more emphatic form than よ is required.
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