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Let’s take a walk togetheron the beach! in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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Let’s take a walk togetheron the beach! うめべ で いっしょ に さんぽ しましょう!
How to say “Let’s take a walk togetheron the beach!” in Japanese? “うめべ で いっしょ に さんぽ しましょう!”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “うめべ で いっしょ に さんぽ しましょう!” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Let’s take a walk togetheron the beach! in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

【Sentence Breakdown:】

1. うめべ (umebe):
– "うめべ" looks like a typo or mix-up for "ζ΅·θΎΊ" (うみべ, umibe), which means "beach" or "seashore."

2. で (de):
– This particle indicates the place where an action occurs, translated as "at" or "on" in English.

3. いっしょに (issho ni):
– Means "together."

4. さんぽ (sanpo):
– Means "a walk" or "stroll."

5. しましょう (shimashou):
– This is the volitional form of the verb "する" (suru), meaning "to do," and indicates a suggestion or invitation to do something together, translated as "let's."

So, the sentence "うみべ で いっしょ に さんぽ しましょう" (umibe de issho ni sanpo shimashou) means: "Let's take a walk together on the beach."

【Tips to Remember:】

1. Break down the sentence into parts:
– Place: "うみべ で" (umibe de)
– Together: "いっしょ に" (issho ni)
– Action: "さんぽ" (sanpo)
– Suggestion: "しましょう" (shimashou)

2. Use particles to understand the grammatical structure:
– "で" shows location.
– "に" often shows direction or means "with."
– "しましょう" turns the verb into an invitation.

【Alternate Ways to Say "Let's Take a Walk Together on the Beach":】

1. 桷辺で一緒に歩きましょう (うみべで いっしょに あるきましょう, umibe de issho ni arukimashou):
– Using the verb "歩く" (aruku), meaning "to walk," instead of "散歩する" (sanpo suru).

2. 桷辺を一緒に散歩しませんか (うみべを いっしょに さんぽしませんか, umibe o issho ni sanpo shimasen ka):
– Using the negative form of the verb to create a more polite invitation: "Shall we take a walk together on the beach?"

3. 一緒に桷辺を散歩しましょう (いっしょに うみべを さんぽしましょう, issho ni umibe o sanpo shimashou):
– Slightly altering the order, which is still natural sounding in Japanese.

Romanized sentence for reference:
– Let's take a walk together on the beach.
– umibe de issho ni sanpo shimashou.

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