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    let

    Can we use the word let in this sentence?

    She lets me do things...or should it be "She let me do things". The subject is singular, hence should take singular verb...just confused..Thanks!

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    Talking Re: let

    yes. what's the problem with SHE LETS ?


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    Wink Re: let

    hi! : ) one of my friends told me that "let" is an exeption..He finds it awkward to say HE/SHE LETS..I really don't know...thanks for replying...

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    Re: let

    She lets me do things- present
    She let me do things- past

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