- 1 Post By emsr2d2
Don't let it has ...
Don't let it have ...
--- I suppose the 2nd one is correct. Do we put "have" after "it" just because there is the word "let"?
Effectively, yes. "To let" is the same as "to allow to" after which you would always put the bare infinitive. The same goes for let.
Originally Posted by GUEST2008
"Don't let it catch me!"
"Don't let him eat it."
"Don't let it have any more food."
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