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Let’s travel together in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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Let’s travel together いっしょ に γ‚Šγ‚‡γ“γ† しましょう。
How to say “Let’s travel together” in Japanese? “いっしょ に γ‚Šγ‚‡γ“γ† しましょう。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “いっしょ に γ‚Šγ‚‡γ“γ† しましょう。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Let’s travel together in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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"いっしょ に γ‚Šγ‚‡γ“γ† しましょう。" (Issho ni ryokou shimashou)

Sentence Formation:
1. いっしょ (issho) – together
2. に (ni) – particle indicating direction or purpose (in this context, it ties "together" to the action "travel")
3. γ‚Šγ‚‡γ“γ† (ryokou) – travel
4. しましょう (shimashou) – a polite volitional form of the verb "する" (suru, to do), meaning "let's do"

Tips to Remember:
– "いっしょ" (issho) means together. You can remember this by associating it with "issho" sounding a bit like "issue," thinking "Let’s face the issue together."
– "に" (ni) is a versatile particle often used for indicating direction or purpose.
– "γ‚Šγ‚‡γ“γ†" (ryokou) means travel. It combines the kanji ζ—… (ryo, journey) and 葌 (kou, go). You can remember "ryokou" by recalling the β€œryo” from β€œvoyage” and "kou" from "going."
– "しましょう" (shimashou) is the volitional form suggesting "let’s do." Think of "shimashou" by remembering the polite suggestion β€œlet's," as in "let's make it happen (shou)."

Alternate Ways to Say "Let's travel together":
1. いっしょに旅に出ましょう。 (Issho ni tabi ni demashou)
– "ζ—…" (tabi) also means travel or journey, but has a more poetic nuance.
– "に出ましょう" (ni demashou) means "let's go on," with "出ましょう" (demashou) being the volitional form of "ε‡Ίγ‚‹" (deru, to go out).

2. δΈ€η·’γ«ζ—…θ‘Œγ—γͺγ„οΌŸ (Issho ni ryokou shinai?)
– A more casual form meaning, "Shall we travel together?"

3. δΈ€η·’γ«ζ—…γ—γ‚ˆγ†οΌ (Issho ni tabi shiyou!)
– Using the volitional form "γ—γ‚ˆγ†" (shiyou) which is less formal than "しましょう."

Remembering these variations will give you multiple ways to suggest traveling together in Japanese.

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