[Grammar] irregular Verb Let

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Maral

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Can we use "Let" in Pr.continuous : We are letting you know.......:?:
 

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then how about business english:?:

We are letting you know....... i guess it's incorrect/ I:) would rather say: we kindly inform you.......
 

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then how about business english:?:

We are letting you know....... i guess it's incorrect/ I:) would rather say: we kindly inform you.......

I can't agree that it's incorrect.

It's certainly more formal -- and therefore more expected -- to say "informing you" than "letting you know."

(I don't see "kindly" used often in business correspondence.)
 
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