I don't understand what the difference is exactly between nous and on
On is the impersonal third person, like "one" is in English.
On ne devrait pas parler la bouche pleine. -- One shouldn't talk with full mouth.
In spoken French, on is also frequently used as a colloquial replacement for nous.
On va au cinéma? -- Are we going to the movies?
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