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Invitations

Knowing the correct way to invite someone to do something can be difficult in a new language. Below you will learn phrases to help you invite someone to do something in English.

Inviting Someone to do Something

  • Would you like to ______ with me?
  • Would you like to go __________ on Saturday?
  • I’m going to ______. Do you want to come with?
  • Are you free on _____________?

Example Invitations:

  • Would you like to go out to dinner with me?
  • Would like to go shopping with me after class?
  • I’m going to the library. Do you want to come with?
  • Are you free on Sunday afternoon?

RSVP: means you need to let them know before the event if you will be attending. Usually you can call, email or send a card/letter back to RSVP.

Turning Down (Saying ‘no’ to) an Invitation:

  1. I’m sorry I can’t _____________.
  2. I’m busy that day.
  3. I don’t think that will work out.
  4. Let me check my calendar and get back to you.

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