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“Let's” vs. “lets”: which is correct?

Do they have different meaning?

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marked as duplicate by Robusto, kiamlaluno, RegDwigнt Apr 17 '11 at 2:11

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If Lets means "let us", then it requires the apostrophe. Although you can find many instances of "lets" with a quick Google, it is still not correct. Correct would be:

Let's answer me.

I'm not quite sure what "Let's answer me" might mean, though. Could you care to provide a bit more context?

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