Good evening! It was the new week.
Thank you for reading always!
Let’s study the “How to invite” in Japanese today!
This time is “invite to play”.
Here we go! lesson!
“＜〇〇＞ ni asobi ni iki ma sen ka?”
(Shall we go to ＜〇〇＞ to play?)
That’s it all. It’s very simple, is not it?
Your “destination” is enters in ＜〇〇＞.
For example, if the destination is “Disneyland”・・・.
“＜Disneyland＞ ni asobi ni iki ma sen ka?”
(Shall we go to ＜Disneyland＞ to play?)
“Iki ma sen ka?” is a very kind invitation.
If you talk with close friends, you use “Ikanai?”(Shall we go?).
“Ikanai” is also meaning that “you don’t go”.
But, when it is used in question texts, it means “Shall we go?”.
Well, when you are invited, you reply
“Iiyo! ikou!” (OK! let’s go!)
It’s easy Japanese, so I’ll try it out!