# Question regarding the use of “let me” followed by two verbs

Well, I have a question regarding these two phrases listed below:

1. let me go make sure
2. let me come see you

I have read some texts using these phrases. I thought the right solution was:

1. let me go to make sure
2. let me come to see you

Is it grammatically correct to miss the "to" before the following verb? Can I just say: "let me go make sure" and avoid the second version of the phrase?

• You could also simplify the sentences: let me make sure and let me see you. Do you require the go and come for some reason? – Jason Bassford Sep 18 '18 at 6:47
• Well, As I mentioned, I've read couple of texts with that construction and I just wanted to know, if they're correct grammatically. – Carlos Florian Sep 18 '18 at 6:50
• You can say it without and but you might not want to write it without and. – Lambie Apr 10 at 15:29