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How do I say 'You are welcome to come with me' in Japanese?

If I am travelling and I want to invite someone, how can I say 'You are welcome to come with me'?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    I feel a straightforward translation would not be natural..
    In japanese if you want to ask someone, you should say
    "一緒に旅行へ行きませんか?" Shall we go to travel?
    "もし良かったら一緒に行きませんか?" Could you come with me if you want?
    On the other hand if your friend ask you, you could say
    "大歓迎です" You are very welcome

    どういたしまして

    あなたは旅行に私と一緒に行くことができます

    一緒に来てくれたら、大歓迎です。

    or 一緒に来てくれたら、うれしいです。
    This is a kind of suggestion to ask the person to come with you.
    But it's more natural in Japanese.

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