Vaminos vs. Vamos??
Can anyone please tell me the difference between "Vamos" and "Vaminos"?? WHen should I use one or the other?
(Non-pronominal) Vamos is also used for the nosotros command vámonos. (pronominal). I think that they are rather interchangeable.
"Vamos" may be used as "Let's go", but it's also commonly heard meaning only "Let's". For example: if you say "vamos a jugar al tenis", you're meaning "Let's play tennis".
"Vámonos" can only be applied in case of leaving a place. You wouldn't say it if you wanted to do something in a place.
If you're in a tennis court you'd say "Vamos a jugar" to play tennis; or "Vámonos a comer" to leave the place and go to a restaurant.
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I think as a cheer (Let's go!) it is vamos. Vámonos would be more of "let's leave".
The correct spelling of the first word is "vámonos" and it is an imperative command meaning "let's go!".
"Vamos" is in the indicative mood and means "we go".