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# Dr LW
Please respond me about the form VERB+VERB e.g. "Come see what we found", a phrase was found here it is http://www.theatlantic.com/past/docs/issues/96jul/9607fict/spring.htm. Although It might be an exception as "imperative imperative" / "imperative and imperative. I've some phrases adding to it "Come listen to this!"
"Don't disturb me - go do your chores / go make some food."
However, in other words it would be so "Come here and see what we found"
Does "imperative imperative" contradict the English grammar?
This is one of the imperative forms.
Go and buy yourself a new pair of shoes.
Come and see this goldfish.
Come and play a game of bridge with us.
Wait and see.
In American English "go" and "come" is sometimes followed directly by a 'bare infinitive':
Go fetch some water. (= Go and fetch)Colloquial .
PS The first verb (go, come) can stand for a movement, but it is mostly an encouragement. Go do is highly informal and isn't used in writing.