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Lets is the past and past participle of the verb let meaning to allow permit to escape or flow to allow to go past or come forwardin british english let means to rent to a tenant it may also be used as a noun to refer to the space which is being rented. Lets is a contraction of let us lets is the third person singular present tense form of the verb let homophones are a common cause of. In the comments of our word fact post about the difference between affect and effect carolyn k wrote please please please i beg you to do lets vs lets. Let 1 lt v let letting lets vtr 1 to give permission or opportunity to allow i let them borrow the car the inheritance let us finally buy a house see usage
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