What the difference between "start" and "let's get started"?
Jul 23, 2019 5:09 AM
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It may depend on context, but “Start” by itself would be a command. For example: “The teacher told the students: ‘Get ready. Start the test.’ “. “Let’s get started,” in contrast, is more of a polite suggestion.
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