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    #1

    let's see you do it

    Joe with Ann are coming up to a large face made of stone, and he says that it's The Mouth of Truth, and the legend is that if a liar puts their hand in "the mouth" it'll be bitten off. He says to Ann:
    - Let's see you do it.
    Ann is going to, but suddenly changes her mind and tells Joe:
    - Let's see you do it.
    'Roman Holiday', movie

    Does that mean - "Let's see if/whether you do it."?
    Thank you.


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    Re: let's see you do it

    No. It means "I want to see you do it".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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