Let Meaning With its Various With Examples

Let Meaning With its Various With Examples


Hello everyone, today I am going to share with you a verb which is ‘Let’. In this article, you will learn about this verb (Let Meaning With its Various With Examples). This is the 10th verb of this series and I will keep it continue so I can publish as many as verbs on this website so everybody can enhance their English skills apart from this activity you also can learn other things related to English Grammar (Learn Language Skills). Let Meaning in detail.

Let Meaning With its Various With Examples
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Let: to allow somebody to do something

For instance:

  • Let me carry your baggage.

Tense forms of ‘Let’ (click here for Tense Rules)

  • Present: Let/lets, letting (progressive)
  • Past: let, let (past participle)
  • Future: let

Phrasal verbs with ‘Let’

Let in: Allow someone to enter

For instance:

  • If you come to first, I will let in my company.
  • We should not let these people at this party because their behavior is not appropriate.
  • However I faced problems a lot while joining my online, but finally, my teacher helped to let in the virtual classroom.

Let up: to show down; to become less severe

For instance:

  • If the rain lets up, I will reach the office as soon as possible.
  • However, it was raining cats and dogs, but I didn’t let up my car speed.
  • We should let up our speed when the road’s condition is not good because it can be dangerous.

Let someone down: To disappoint someone

For instance:

  • Please trust me only once, I will not let you down.
  • Whenever I trust my friend, he lets me down, but I don’t why he does this thing.
  • There are many people around us who often try to let us down silently.

Let Meaning With its Various With Examples

Let on: Share a secret

For instance:

  • One of my friends let on about his plans with me because I always try to understand his circumstances. In other words, I am his closest friend so He shares everything with me.
  • Nobody let on about the surprise party.

Synonyms of ‘Let’ – allow, permit, license, empower, enable, grant, sanction, authorize

Additional Meanings of ‘Let’

Let: to allow someone to enter or leave

  • I am going to let all of you in because it’s extremely hot weather outside.
  • If you promise me, I will let you go for leave.

Let’s: we use ‘let’s ‘to ask somebody to do something with us.’ (let’s = let us)

  • Let us help needy people because their financial condition is not good because of this pandemic.

Let Meaning With its Various With Examples

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