"No nos vemos."
Translation:We do not see ourselves.
We do not see would mean: Nosotros no vemos. The full form of the sentence here would be Nosotros no nos vemos (we do not see ourselves/each other), nos is the object pronoun. You can leave out the subject pronoun, so the sentence left is: No nos vemos. The subject pronoun is placed before no, the object pronoun after no!
Because of verb conjugations, the subject (nosotros) is implied. That makes "nos" looks like it should be the subject, but it's not - it's the direct object. Direct object pronouns go before the verb in spanish, and it's hard to pick up on them when they look really close to the actual pronouns, but they mean a completely different thing.
"We don't see each other" and "we don't see ourselves" mean two different things in English. I believe that the expression in Spanish refers to seeing the other person, whereas "we don't see ourselves" means that each person cannot see him or herself, as in when using a mirror.
Macetas, I agree; unless we are vampires, the only use or context I can think of quickly is, "We don't see ourselves as rude," but other cultures may see us that way." I guess this is just one of those things we learn when Duo springs something new on us, & we learn by this forum!
And, "We don't see each other" can be finished many ways, like "any more," when you are talking about an old novio/novia," or "enough," when speaking of family or friends, etc. -- entirely different objects. These are the subtle differences that will make it difícil to keep up with someone rapidly speaking Spanish, while we're still puzzling out the nuances.
But the same thing happens to others learning English, so we should all be forgiving of mistakes & try to speak distinctly around learners, yes?
I got this one by luck so I did research. See what you think and let us know
We might have been looking at a photo of a crowd (as I've mentioned below.) But sometimes it's just a matter of accepting that you don't understand the context it would be used in and just using this for language practice. It will help you to translate other real world sentences later! :)