The last sentence, Voyons voir ce qu'on peut faire pour vous, translates to, Let’s see what we can do for you.
Why is "voir" used? I thought voyons alone means "Let's see", so using voir seems unnecessary. Is it an idiomatic expression?
Freeform Writing Exercise B1
Yes, it's idiomatic. The first voyons translates to "let's go" or "let's check", and the voir is "see":
Voyons voir... -- let's go see..., let's check and see...
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