let’s vs lets :

let s or lets

The only time you should spell “let’s” with an apostrophe is when it means “let us”: “Let’s go to the mall.” If the word you want means “allows” or “permits,” no apostrophe should be used: “My mom lets me use her car if I fill the tank.”

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