The suggested answer has "împreună cu". I used just "cu". It was accepted, but I'm wondering if there is a difference in nuance between these two.
"Together with" vs "with"
This is silly. In the previous example "a merge/to walk", i wrote "to go" because that's what my Romanian teacher taught me. So shouldn't this say "to walk with two young people"? Meh
If I am not mistaken both 'merge' and 'plimba' can mean 'walk', while merge is less fixed and can also mean go and plimba more literally for walk.