How do you say 'Will you go out with me' in Portuguese?

The Portuguese equivalent of the English question 'Will you go out with me' is the following: Tu sair

The Portuguese equivalent of the English question 'Will you go out with me' is the following: Tu sairás comigo?; or Você sairá comigo? The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: too-sah-ee-RAH skoh-MEE-goo; and voh-SAY sah-ee-RAH koh-MEE-goo. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'tu' and 'você' means 'you'; 'sairás' and 'sairá' '[you] will go out'; 'comigo' 'with me'. The first example only tends to be used in Portugal. There, speakers still differentiate between the 'you' [tu] of children and the close circle of family and friends, as opposed to the 'you' [você] of those outside that circle and of those senior in age and rank.