Do you know which of the two sentences is correct – “Let he know” or Let I know”. People often choose the wrong sentence. Let us see the correct sentence formation.
Let He or I know – Which is Correct?
Both sentences “Let he know” and “Let I know” are grammatically incorrect. The verb “Let” is a transitive verb. “Let” is followed by the pronoun of the objective case. Hence the correct sentences are “Let him know” and “Let me know”.
- Let he know. (Wrong)
- Let him know. (Correct)
- Let I know. (Wrong)
- Let me know. (Correct)
What are pronouns?
Pronouns are words that are used as substitutes for nouns. Pronouns are short words and can perform all of the functions of nouns; they are essential parts of a sentence. There are many pronouns, including he, she, you, me, I, we, us, this, them, that, etc. Depending on the context, a pronoun may serve as a subject, a direct object, an indirect object, an object of a preposition, or anything else that takes the place of a person, place, animal, or thing.