Let me + (verb)

‘Let me’ is suggesting that you are asking for permission or an opportunity to do something.

Here are some examples:

“Let me make my own decisions.”
“Let me offer to help you.”
“Let me open the door for you.”
“Let me pause and think about what we are doing.”
“Let me welcome you to the neighborhood.”
“Let me save you the trouble.”
“Let me make a suggestion.”
“Let me try and fix your car.”
“Let me taste the soup before you add more spices.”
“Let me treat you to some ice cream.”

Thank you for

Saying ‘thank you’ is telling someone you appreciate what they have done. This can either be something they did for you or for someone else.

Here are some examples:

“Thank you for inviting me.”
“Thank you for helping me move.”
“Thank you for informing me about the job opening.”
“Thank you for mailing that package for me.”
“Thank you for working so hard.”
“Thank you for stopping by to visit.”
“Thank you for replying to my email.”
“Thank you for providing me with the answers.”
“Thank you for heating up dinner.”
“Thank you for hurrying to get here.”