Differences between Leave and Let


Use ‘leave’ to express movement away from a place.

I left the house at five o’clock.
She always leaves for work at seven in the morning.

Important Note: ‘Leave’ can also express the idea that someone has forgotten or placed something in another place.

She left her keys on the table.
I usually leave the papers in the top drawer.

Verb Forms: Leave – Left – Left – Leaving

Use ‘let’ to express the idea that someone allows another person do something.

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