General Writing and Grammar Help/go meet him

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"Oops, Wayne has a problem at work. Frank has the keys to the shop, go meet him. You will see Frank at the store and Wayne locked out."

I think, "go meet him" has been said to the listener to go to meet with Frank. Am I right?

Answer
Perhaps you are right.

Although it eventually amounts to the same thing, I would prefer:
Go, meet him = Go and meet him.

It can be tricky, and vary according to context.

Go fast, you're late = Go fast as (=because) you are late.

Come, let's buy it = Come and let's buy it,
etc.

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