Difference between "On" and "Nous"
I know this has been asked before, but I just want to clarify.
Even though "On" is used differently than "Nous," is "On" still used in place of "Nous" for informal conversations?
If it's used as a pronoun « ils nous aident » or to emphasize the subject « pendant que nous, on fait face aux condés », then it can be used informally. However, « nous faisons face aux condés » in an informal conversation would be bizarre, especially as the word « condés » is not a formal way to say ''cop'' or ''police officer''. I use « on » pretty much every time when I speak. When writing, you're probably more likely to use nous... though as the writer, that's up to you!