Let’s not + (verb)

The word ‘let’s’ is formed from the words ‘let us.’ Here you are requesting that something not take place at this moment or that what is happening needs to be contained or lessened.

Here are some examples:

“Let’s not discuss this now.”
“Let’s not stay here too long.”
“Let’s not stop anywhere on the way.”
“Let’s not remain mad at each other.”
“Let’s not meddle in other people’s business.”
“Let us not get too excited.”
“Let us not worry too much.”
“Let us not interrupt them when they are talking.”
“Let us help you.”
“Let us get that for you.”

Let’s say that + (subject + verb)

‘Let’s’ is a contraction for ‘let us.’ You are suggesting to someone that you should both agree on what you will communicate to someone else.

Here are some examples:

“Let’s say that you love to fish.”
“Let’s say we found it.”
“Let’s say that we enjoy being with them.”
“Let’s say that we had a good time.”
“Let’s say that it’s hard to decide.”
“Let’s say that we have to go.”
“Let’s say that we can host.”
“Let’s say that I have to work.”
“Let’s say that the movie was really good.”