"Let's call ourselves a team!"
Translation:Chiamiamoci una squadra!
I don't think it's about indicative vs. subjunctive...I would explain it by saying that when forming the imperative, reflexive (and other) pronouns are attached to the end of the verb, not placed before.
but is this a "hard and fast" rule? when i was first introduced to it, I thought it was an option.....
My grammar book says it is mandatory except for the tu form of the negative imperative. Only there is it optional.
I have given the correct answer here, having "learned" from my mistake, which was putting "ci chiamiamo" . I still dont understand the rule though......
When I can use this kind of sentence? I'm Italian and I play sports, I never used "Chiamiamoci una squadra" I think doesn't make sense in Italian or if make sense we never use it, maybe "Chiamiamoci squadra" without una can make a sort of sense