English grammar rule Lets let

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Lets is the verb let in the third-person singular form. Lets means allow, or don’t prevent something.

Let’s is the contraction of let us.

Examples of 'Lets let' rule
  1. Incorrect Jennifer let’s me play outside.
    Correct Jennifer lets me play outside.
    Incorrect Lets get out of here.
    Correct Let’s get out of here.
    Correct Let us get out of here.
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