(tr) to allow to pass (through)the invalid was let through to the front of the queue
Let’s vs. LetsIn the comments of our Word Fact post about the difference between affect and effect, Carolyn K. wrote: Please, please, please, I beg you to do Lets vs. Let’s. Every sports team’s media/PR department does it wrong, and it drives me absolutely out of my mind! This lets us address another great topic, since these terms are often confused—let’s figure it out! Lets without an …
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