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  6. Mar 13,  · The Rule is to splt the Question into it’s two halves and rephrase; 1. “Please let Chris know” 2. “Please let (I, or me?) know” Would you ever say “Please let I know”? Nope. “Please let Chris or me know”is grammatically correct. You can also say “.
  7. Apr 19,  · Hi, Is it correct to write, "Please let him knows that you will be coming to the party."?
  8. Jan 10,  · AnonymousShould I say, please let myself or my supervisor know? No, definitely not! Use 'me'. You can also word your sentence this way, for example: If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact either my supervisor or me.