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Let’s have dinner together.

Let’s have dinner.

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sabrynazulkyflyyyIs “together” redundant?
sabrynazulkyflyyy

Let’s have dinner together.

Let’s have dinner.

From the viewpoint of strict logic it's not redundant. There's nothing about "Let's have dinner" that implies it must happen together.

Let's have dinner. You have dinner at Marty's Pizza, and I'll have dinner at The Chicken Lounge.Emotion: surprise

However, in practical terms it's assumed that "Let's have dinner" is an invitation to have dinner together, even if the word "together" is not used. "together" then becomes a way of adding emphasis.

CJ

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Now that you mention it, I suppose it is, but not all redundancies are bad. I wouldn't change it. Both sentences are fine.