“They will not compromise on: The term "let's get physical" was made for Aries; they love sports and exercise, and that also means passion in the bedroom.”
“And the title let's you know right up front what's on the line.”
“However, since Tebow was portrayed as a fawning sycophant hanging on Jesus' every word let's face it: If he met Jesus that's exactly how he would act, Christian leaders were outraged over the audacity of the skit.”
“Since the 1990s I have engaged with the Met and gained a working knowledge of some of its operational processes, and I know of none that can be described as "let's just leave them to it".”
“My yoga turns out to be flamenco, and let's just say those poses are just as hard to master.”
“Prior to any policy-making, let's first have a conversation about what "reinventing America" actually means and, above all, how we make it happen.”
“This is getting a bit disturbing, so let's imagine a different hypothetical situation: what if there were a nation made up of individuals who had a substantial hold on their inner peace?”
“So, please clear your schedule, put your pom-poms on, and let's go!”
“In honor of my girl crush; let's get excited about winter dressing again, shall we?”
“But for now, let's take a quick look back at the week that was, and then spend the rest of the column examining the "narrative" of Obama's speech.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘let's’.
Words overused in modern pop music.
Also see ruzuzu's list: Words that should be heard in songs more often.
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
Another of my Random Palavery lists, still an eclectic listing of terms that catch my eye and ear. It can't be helped. I am, (as a former partner phrased it) a word-bird.
Particularly interesting grammatical quirks.
Yes, I said interesting. Who are you looking at so strangely?
Looking for tweets for let's.