How to Invite Someone in English

How to Invite Someone in English


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HOW TO INVITE SOMEONE IN ENGLISH
INVITE SOMEONE
What are you doing right now / this evening / this weekend?
Would you like to come for dinner?
I’d like to invite you to lunch.
Would you like to go… ?
for a coffee?
dancing?
 for a drink?
for a meal?
out somewhere?
for a walk?
How about going to the cinema?
My round
Do you know a good restaurant?
Would you like to go to the concert with me?
You should come.
ACCEPT AN INVITATION
Sure. Thank you for inviting me.
Thanks! That sounds like fun.
OK. Let’s meet at 4:30pm.
How do we get there?
What’s the cover charge?
DECLINE AN INVITATION
I can’t. I’m sorry. / I’m afraid I can’t.
yes, I’d love to!
Thanks. But I have an appointment at that time.
I’d rather not go out tonight.
What about tomorrow?
ARRANGING A MEETING
What time shall we meet?
Where will we meet?
I’ll pick you up (at 7).
I’ll be coming later. Where will you be?
Let’s meet at 8 in front of the entrance.
If I’m not there by 9, don’t wait for me.
I’m looking forward to our meeting.
Sorry I’m late.
WELCOME SOMEONE
Welcome! Do come in!
It’s so nice of you to come and visit us!
May I offer you a drink?
TAKE LEAVE
Now I’ve got to go.
It was lovely meeting you.
Thanks for asking me out.
Thank you. Bye… Take care.
Let’s keep in touch!

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