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Key phrasal verb: let someone know

I think this is very important for you to use and know. It’s used a lot as a substitute for the verb “tell”.

Tell me / you / him = let me / you / him know

 

EXAMPLES

Let me know when you find out.”

“I’ll let you know when the party starts.”

“I’m not sure about that yet, I’ll let her know when I do.”

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