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    Let Me Know

    Difference Between "let Me Know" And "informe Me" , We Usually Say If Something Happens Please ,

    "let Me Know" Or "inform Me."

    How To Understand The Proper Use Of Both Of Them.

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    Re: Let Me Know

    Quote Originally Posted by akshay vyas View Post
    Difference Between "let Me Know" And "informe Me" , We Usually Say If Something Happens Please ,

    "let Me Know" Or "inform Me."

    How To Understand The Proper Use Of Both Of Them.
    "Let me know" is informal. This is much more common.
    "Inform me" is quite formal.
    (You don't need to capitalise all your words - just the first one in each sentence).

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