let me know

The phrase "Let me know ___" means "Tell me ___". It's extremely common in everyday English, because "Tell me ___" can sound too demanding or angry.

Here are some examples:

Let me know when you're free and we'll set up a meeting.

Let me know when you hear from them.

If you encounter any problems, please let me know immediately.

You can see "Let me know..." a lot in business emails.

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