Patterns to use for inviting someone.
- Would you like to come/join....
- Could you come/join ....
- Can you come/join ....
- Please, come/join/visit ....
- I'd very much like you to come ....
- You are cordially invited ....
Patterns to use for accepting an invitation.
- I would love to.
- Yes, certainly I will come.
- Absolutely, count me in.
- I would, very much.
- Yes, I’d like nothing better.
Patterns to use for declining an invitation.
- I’m terribly sorry. I think I can't.
- I’m very sorry, I can’t.
- Thank you very much, but ....
John: Would you like to dance?
Diana: No thanks. I'm a bit tired right now
John: How about having a drink?
Diana: Sure, I'd love to!
Alex: Could you join us for dinner this evening?
Ann: Thank you. Yes, that would be very nice.
Michael: Please, come with us?
"Hello everyone! I would like to invite you to my special occasion. This is an extension of my warmth and devotion to all my friends. Please be advised that this special occasion will be fun and full of adventure."
"Dear Sir and Madam, I cordially invite you to lunch at my house. The address is enclosed in the invitation. Please RSVP if you are bringing more than one person, Warm regards."
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