One person asks another person:
Would you like to go on a holiday together?
Would you like to go out together?
I take it that "with me" or "with us" is implied.
Is that use of "together" (with a singular subject and without "with so.") correct English? Is it slang? Regional? Or not correct at all?
I tried to find this on Google, there are definitely examples of use, but not a lot, which could be due to the fact that it's not a sentence that you would normally write on a website.
One example I found was a song called "Do you want to die together?", and an entry in the jargon dictionary, but I'm still not sure if this is a common or correct way to put it.
To clarify, I'm not looking for better ways to say this, I have heard this and I'm asking if this way to put it would be considered correct and in use, or if it's incorrect or slang.