Definition Let you know

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I want to let you know (that...): I wish to advise, to tell, to notify, to inform you (that...)
I just wanted to let you know that my sister will be visiting for a few days. I thought it best to give you prior warning.

I'll let you know: I'll keep you posted, I'll tell you, I'll inform you, I'll keep you updated


  • "I will let you know how things turn out!"
  • "I just wanted to follow up on our conversation yesterday, and let you know that I'll be available for a telephone interview on Tuesday of next week."
  • "I've also faxed the immigration office at the airport, letting them know what's happening."
  • "Secondly, I have met with all of our major clients to let them know about Bruno's leave of absence."
  • "I will read the sentence first, to let you know how it SHOULD be pronounced: Is that horse reading a book or ironing some clothes, mmkay?"
  • "We'll let you know."
  • "Please let us know if we can make your transition easier."
  • "This e-mail is just to let you know that I'll be conducting telephone interviews with the candidates for the "Xavier Delavigne Friends of France" internship program tomorrow morning (the program that sponsors a French student to work at Delavigne for the summer)."
  • "Icarus has asked me to let you know that he won't be able to come to work today."
  • "Captain Donny Dare : I'm just going to call the control tower and let them know that we're coming in to land."

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