Imperative (Commands) 
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (imperative; let's move; first person plural)
a. let's go
Llegó el taxi. Vamos. - Espera. Voy rápido ir al baño.The taxi is here. Let's go. - Wait. I'm going quickly to the bathroom.
2. (used as an expression of encouragement)
a. come on
Estamos muy cansados. - Vamos, chicos. Ya casi llegamos.We're very tired. - Come on, guys. We're almost there.
b. go
¡Vamos, equipo! ¡A ganar!Go, team! Let's win the game!
3. (used to express disagreement)
a. come on
Me duelen los oídos. - Vamos, no soy tan mal cantante.My ears hurt. - Come on, I'm not such a bad singer.
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An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (introduce inciso, matiz o conclusión)
tendrás que hacer la compra tú, vamos, si no es mucha molestiayou'll have to do the shopping yourself, if it's not too much trouble, of course
se trata de un amigo, vamos, de un conocidohe's a friend, well, more of an acquaintance, really
vamos, que al final la fiesta fue un desastreanyway, the party was a disaster in the end
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