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    Question I will do it vs. Let me do it

    Hi, Would you tell me what's the differencet between
    " I will .... Vs. Let me... "

    A: ⓐ Are you done eating?
    ⓑ Have you done eating?

    B: Yes, Done it. Your dish was so yummy. Thanks.

    A: No worry, You go and take some rest.
    ⓐ I will wash dishes.
    ⓑ Let me wash dishes.

    B: No, no, You cooked for me,
    ⓐ I will take care of it.
    ⓑ Let me take care of it.

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    Re: I will do it vs. Let me do it

    A:
    Have you finished eating?

    B: Yes, finished. Your dish was so yummy. Thanks.

    A: No problem, You go and take some rest.
    I will wash the dishes.


    B: No, no, You cooked for me,
    Let me take care of it.


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    Re: I will do it vs. Let me do it

    Thanks a lot for the help~

    I guess " I will do something Vs. Let me do something " must have different meaning... but I still can't get the exact differences...

    Would you explain me what's the differences please?
    When should I say "I will do something " and When do I have to say
    "Let me do something "


    What if... I say like this? Do they have different meaning?

    A: No problem, You go and take some rest.
    Let me wash the dishes. ( instead of 'I will wash the dishes.' )

    B: No, no, You cooked for me,
    I will take care of it. ( instead of 'Let me take care of it')

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