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Use of let in English grammar
Let is used to mean to allow, to express an intention, suggestion, or order in English grammar.
We will see the use of let in English sentences to express intention or suggestion or to allow.
Use of let in English sentences | use of let in English grammar
As seen above we can use let to show permission or to express intention or order.
We will see a simple but the very useful formula to use let in English grammar sentences.
Let+ objective case(me, us, you, them, him, her, it) or noun +v1+……
We will see some examples of this use of let.
examples of use of let in English grammar sentences
- Let me speak first.
- Let’s play football.
- Let them leave this place.
- Let her go now.
- Let him complete his answer.
- Let it be.
- Let it pass.
- Let Sam do his project alone.
- Let people solve their problems.
- Let’s sing a song.
- Let me not speak first.
- Let them not leave the job.
- Let her not go.
- Let them not win.
- Don’t let me go.
- Don’t let her come.
- Don’t let them sing.
- Don’t let it go.
- Don’t let it pass.
- Let’s learn English.
These are some of the examples of the use of let in English grammar sentences.
Let is used to express a variety of affirmative and negative meanings.
I hope you will like our explanation with examples about the use of let in affirmative and negative sentences.
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