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How is the equivalent of the English “Let's …” formed?
I read this part in a book: I wonder if this is correct because I always form such sentence like the English "Let's ..." with "lassen" ("lass uns ..."), for example: Lass uns gehen Lass uns ...
Nov 29 '11 at 13:02
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