walk you to the door


Hi, everyone:

Please let me walk you to the door.

I wonder if the sentence is ok when it is used in an office.
Could you tell me any other way to express the meaning?

Best wishes
  • Joelline

    Senior Member
    American English
    Why not put it in the form of a question, allowing the person asked to accept or decline politely? "May I walk you to the door?" "May I see you to the door?"

    Making the sentence a request (Please let me walk you to the door) may put a bit too much pressure to accept the invitation on the other person. I'm thinking of a man saying this to a woman, of course.
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