¡Larguémonos (de aquí)! means "let's get out of here!", clear enough. It looks like larguemos + nos to me (Present Subjunctive of largar). Is there a rule about dropping s from emos in such a case? It looks quite natural, yet I can't find it.

Note, the question is about the removal of the S, which isn't the focus of the proposed duplicate.

  • Hi Alex, this is a good question indeed, but the title is a little hard to understand, can you modify it so the actual question reflects the description? thank you – Mike Aug 2 '19 at 18:08
  • Yes, it’s a euphony rule. When the nos reflexive pronoun is appended to a 1st-person plural imperative form (which would end in -s), that -s is dropped before adding the pronoun: dejémonos de cuentos. Curiously, the -s is not dropped before other pronouns: abandonémosles. – fitojb Aug 2 '19 at 18:34
  • not a duplicate, The OP is asking for the rules of conjugations when the "S" of mos is dropped when we add the Nos ie: vamonos instead of vamosnos; alejemonos instead alejemosnos, anunciemonos instead of enunciemosnos , etc. – Mike Aug 2 '19 at 21:35
  • @mike the other Q may ask a different thing, but the answers explain exactly this. – ths Aug 7 '19 at 8:58

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