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Today's Lesson
LET (someone) KNOW   (人に)知らせる


  • To let someone know something is to tell them something.
  • let+(人)+know+(ものごと) は、「(人)に、(ものごと)を知らせる」という意味です。

LET (someone) KNOW


  1. (on the phone)
    a: He's not back from school yet.
    b: Would you please let him know that I called?
    a: Of course.
  2. (on the phone)
    a: Would you please tell her that I called?
    b: Sure, I'll let her know.
  3. (nurse to new patient)
    You'll need to fill out this form before the doctor can see you. Let me know if you have any questions.
  4. (auto mechanic to customer)
    The repairs should be finished by early afternoon. Leave us a phone number, and we'll let you know when it's ready to be picked up.

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