Postby thegooseking » May 27th, 2017 4:06 am
You can say both 行きませんか and 行きましょうか. Generally, 行きませんか is more like an invitation - the speaker wants the other person to go with them, but doesn't know whether or not the other person wants to go. 行きましょうか is used when the speaker is more certain that the other person wants to go (e.g. maybe it's already been decided), and more expresses something the speaker wants to do, rather than something the speaker wants someone else to do.