Be Allowed to vs Let Exercise


Fill in the blanks with let or allowed to. Be Allowed to vs Let Exercise - Let / Allow

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1. My roommate reminded me that passengers ---- (are not allowed to / don't let) use electronically operated devices on the plane.

2. The hotel management ---- (is allowed to / lets) us use the mini bar in our room.

3. Holidaymakers ---- (are not allowed to / do not let) interfere with the timetable arranged by the tour guide.

4. John's parents ---- (are allowed to / let) him have an expensive and comfortable holiday.

5. I ---- (am not allowed to / don't let) go out in the evenings.

6. Students ---- (are not allowed to / don't let) use their calculators during the exams.

7. The guards ---- (are not allowed to / don't let) visitors in after dusk.

8. Pets ---- (are not allowed / don't let) in the classrooms.

9. Jim ---- (is not allowed to / doesn't let) Jeffrey talk bad about him.

10. Nobody ---- (is allowed to / lets) smoke at the gas station.

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