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    #1

    know/ know of

    Would you let me know of your decision by this Friday?
    or
    Would you let me know your decision by this Friday?

    When should I use "know of" and when just "know"?

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    Re: know/ know of

    Quote Originally Posted by jasveron View Post
    Would you let me know of your decision by this Friday?
    or
    Would you let me know your decision by this Friday?

    When should I use "know of" and when just "know"?
    Both sentences mean the same, "of" is not necessary.

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    Re: know/ know of

    Thanks for answering. So both sentences are correct?
    It seems to me that using "of" makes the sentence more formal, no?

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    Re: know/ know of

    Quote Originally Posted by jasveron View Post
    Thanks for answering. So both sentences are correct?
    It seems to me that using "of" makes the sentence more formal, no?
    Yes, you could see it that way.

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