ASK A QUESTION What is the difference between "vamos" and "vamanos"
What is the difference between "vamos" and "vamanos"
Gocika is correct...they mean the same thing when you want to say "Let's go."
Although "vamos" can be used to say "we are going/we go" it can also be used as a command. For example,
1) "Mañana vamos al cine" (We're going to the movie tomorrow).
2) "Vamos a la tienda" (Let's go to the store).
In Spanish, nosotros commands may be expressed in two ways, using the "vamos a" + infinitive construction or the subjunctive.
When you use the the reflexive form ¡Vámonos! it means "Let's go!"
Vamanos is lets go as a command. Vamos is like we are going like vamos a la playa esta tarde.
Those two are the same!
Its Vamonos (with O)... and means Let's go..!
Vamos is the statement of going. We're going to ...
2 different things...