LETS vs LET’S in English!

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lets vs let's in english grammar

LET’S is short for LET US.

  • Let’s go to the movies.
  • Let’s meet after school. 

LETS (simple present tense) is the third person singular from the verb TO LET which means to allow or permit.

  • He lets her eat all the strawberries from the garden.
  • My mom lets me watch TV after I finish my homework.

 

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