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This picture is one of canned coffees in our country.
I don't mind why they name "Let's be", but well, I'm curious about it.
What would you think about it means or why they name?
I'm gonna attach the picture .

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I guess the name means that they are saying to Customers " Let's be (= We're going to enjoy it well by itself.)" right?

The reason I think like that is "let's" means "recommand somebody to do" and "be" means "exist" .....I can't be sure my opinion is right or explain why I thought like tha..

Would you please show me about it enough to understand well?

Are there any skipped words after "Let's be...."?
It seems to me to be a name invented by a Korean person who perhaps does not speak English well.

Clive
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Without a contraction "Let us be." means: Leave us alone. Don't bother us.
That is not a friendly expression.

With the contraction and the ellipsis, it could be a "fill in the blank" exercise:
Let's be friends.
Let's be naughty.
and so on.

I would be confused by such a name for coffee.
ljswave"Let's be"
Could it be a purely literally translation of some words from your own language?

Translate it back into your language literally, and what do you get?

CJ
CalifJim ljswave"Let's be"Could it be a purely literally translation of some words from your own language?Translate it back into your language literally, and what do you get?CJ

Hello, CJ


I totally understand why you asked me back

By the way, I happened to get curious from time to time a moment I see things as a nonnative speaker who want to learn other languges.

I hope you would see what I said.^^

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I think it simply means "Let's exist" because sometimes you feel dead before you drink your daily cup of coffee.
If I were you, I wouldn't even bother trying to analyze it. More often than not, there is no logic whatsoever behind names like that. Maybe it just sounded good to the author.

ljswave, in the left-hand picture below, does the large Korean text actually mean anything in Korean, or is it merely a transliteration of "Let's Be"?

* Unfortunately I cannot get the link to work properly. The forum website seems to be messing it up. Try this one instead.

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