why is Let us go. There is not anything more to see here not accepted? There is nothing more, and there is not anything more is basically the same thing.
Why is lader and lad taught separately? Is it a conjugation note, or at they considered different or used at separate times like "efterlade" and "forlade"?
Lad is a conjugation of lader, so they're not considered different from each other.
Lad is the imperative form of lader.
No one is attacking you