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Let us go home.
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Let us go home.

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Nov 23rd 2011, 04:52
As a suggestion, this would more often be heard using the contraction "let's."
"Let's go home."
You shouldn't use the contraction, if you mean this as a request.
"Please let us to go home." (Please allow us to go home.)

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