Bonjour, I've a grammar question: When we use "on" in the sense of 'nous', how do we then conjugate reflexive verbs? I have seen "Nous, on va faire.." So I am wondering if we use reflexive 'on' verbs with 'se' or 'nous'. EX: Would we say 'On va nous amuser ce soir'? Or 'On va s'amuser ce soir'? EX: What about after 'que'? On mangera apres qu'on finit se (nous?) doucher? In this case, the 'se' would confuse me because it sounds like we are give EACH OTHER baths instead of taking our own seperate showers at the same time. Merci Moderator note: Multiple threads merged to create this one. The present discussion is not about the agreement of the past participle or adjective after on used instead of nous. If that is the topic you are interested in, please see FR: on (= nous, tu, etc.) + past participle & adjective agreement. See also FR: on / nous - generalities.