בּוֹאוּ נֵלֵךְ

If we think about it a bit, the English expression let’s go, in the literal sense, is an act of asking permission – “(please) let us go.” 

Hebrew’s expression is a bit less ridiculous: it means literally, come, we’ll go.

Here are the three variations of the Hebrew term:

בוא נלך – speaking to a male

בואי נלך – speaking to a female

בואו נלך – speaking to more than one person

For example:

משעמם לי אמא, בואי נלך כבר!

I’m bored, Mom! Let’s go already!

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