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ESL Business English - Useful Expressions

Invitations

 

ESLgold.com - Invitations

 

Informal:

Would you like to . . .

We're going to . . . . Would you like to come along?

There's a . . . . (tonight). Would you like to go?

How about (V+ing) . . . ?

Do you want to . . . ?

I wonder if you would like to . . .

I was wondering if you would like to . . .

Formal:

I'd like to invite you to . . .

If you have time, I'd like to invite you . . .

Would you like to join us for (event) at (time) ?

We'd be glad to have you accompany us . . .

We'd be delighted/honored to have you as our guest at . . .

For Conversation practice:

Speaking Situations : Inviting

See also :

Speaking : Accepting and Refusing



                      






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