One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to emphasize a statement.‘let me tell you, I was very scared!’
- ‘We had to drive all the way back to Montreal, and let me tell you, that was the most silent trip anyone has ever been on.’
- ‘Our first album is coming out soon, and let me tell you, that one is going to be really different.’
- ‘I have seen it in advance, and let me tell you, it's one of the great war movies ever made.’
- ‘I have freed myself from its grasp - and let me tell you, it feels good.’
- ‘There's no better way to capture an idea than to get it down on paper, let me tell you.’
- ‘But let me tell you, when work is needed, they know how to work hard.’
- ‘Well, let me tell you, if I lose this contract after all the work that I'm having to do, then they will be making a mistake.’
- ‘They seem to really understand customer service over here, let me tell you.’
- ‘I've been in hibernation for a while, and let me tell you, deep sleep is refreshing.’
- ‘It'll be nice to have some time off from the work environment though, let me tell you!’
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