Don’t help me.
Help me, please
NOTE: The precative suffix is -te but the euphonious redundant syllable u is used here.
tsepa ta’ena yote ka
please 2s-P.1s help Q
Could you please help me? / Could you help me, please?
tsepa – please (actually comes from tse’e (seems; appear; have the appearance of) and pala (can; able to; possible), i.e. tsepa (please; does it appear possible; if you’re able)
…but this is all reverse engineered, in reality I took tsepa from 제발