"Let's clean every day."
October 22, 2017
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매일 청소합시다 vs 매일 청소합니다
매일 청소합시다 = "Let's clean every day."
매일 청소합니다 = "I (or some other subject) clean every day."
The ~ㅂ시다 conjugation tells us that the verb is in a propositive formal mood while the ~ㅂ니다 ending tells us that the verb is in a declarative formal mood. The former is a suggestion while the latter is an observation.
Im no expert but 시다 seems more like "lets" and 니다 means do. So in this case it seems to be "lets clean" vs "I do clean"
I dont think 청소합니다 should be an accepted answer because it is stating the fact that you/someone does clean, not asking people to clean like "lets clean"