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let sb know

This page is about the collocation let sb know

collocation pattern: verb + verb


to tell or inform somebody

For example

  • Don't forget to let me know what time your flight's getting in.

  • As soon as we find out where the meeting's being held, we'll let you know.

Quick Quiz

If someone says "I'll let you know", it means they'll

a. get information in the future

b. give you information in the future

c. let you get information in the future

Contributor: Matt Errey