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. … Continue reading LETS vs LET’S in English!
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