This is my first question on Spanish SE!
I have a question on the imperative; I assume that one uses the "tú" form of the imperative almost all the time, rather than the other pronouns. When you speak in the imperative, you usually say something like "Do it! (¡Hazlo!)" or "Clean your room! (¡Limpia tu cuarto!)."
However, the imperative exists for other pronouns. The "nosotros" form for, say, "comer" is "comamos." But when do you ever use any other form besides the "tú" form? When giving a command, like "clean your room," it really means "YOU clean your room." But for the nosotros form, "WE clean our room" doesn't make much sense in an imperative setting.
Help is greatly appreciated!
TL;DR - When do you use the imperative form other than "tú"? For example, one only says "Clean your room!" as a command, not "We clean our room!" as a command.