let’s vs lets :

let’s vs lets

let s or lets

Lets is the third-person singular form of the verb “Let” and it means to give permission to someone or something.

"He lets everyone out by five in the evening."

Let’s on the other hand is a contracted form of “Let Us” which is used as a request or suggestion.

"Let's go home."

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