How to say would you like to come with us? in Japanese

1)一緒に一緒に(isshoni) (adv) together/at the same time/in a lumpついてついて(tsuite) (exp) about/concerning/as to/regarding来る来る(kuru) (v5r,vi) to come/to arrive/to be due to/next/forthcoming/coming?(?) Japanese question mark    
isshoni tsuite kuru ?
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