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What's thedifference in meaning between the following two sentences? Are the both grammaticallycorrect?
Letís havesomething to eat.
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Thanks for the catch. but I was odd, I am sure I have left those space. They could result from action of copying.
and thank you for the answer.
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Yes, emsr2d2, you are right. I am trying not to copy and paste questions.
I also thank you for correcting of my questions