- Inviting someone
– Would you like to come too?
– Do you want to join us?
– The party has just begun, why don’t you stay?
– What about going to that wedding party?
– it has been a while since we last met. Why not have dinner together?
– How about Saturday night?
– Let’s share the meal!
– Would you enjoy going to that concert?
– Do you fancy going to that show?
– Shall we go?
– Do you feel like having a drink out?
– What if you spent the whole weekend with us?
– Do you know what? You could stay here!
– Come on! You know you’re welcome among us.
– It would be a pleasure if you came!
– We both hope you’ll be able to come.
– We’d be so happy to welcome you in our country house!
– Would you love to come over for launch?
- Accepting an invitation
– Yes, of course!
– Yes, for sure!
– Yes, I’m free tonight.
– Yes, I will.
– Yes, with pleasure!
– Yes, it will be a big pleasure!
– That would be nice. Thanks.
– It would be a pleasure for me too.
– Yes, I’d love to!
– I’m sure I’ll enjoy it!
– Of course, I don’t mind having a drink here.
– Sure, I won’t miss your baby shower party.
– Oh thank you, it’s very kind of you!
– Thank you very much for your invitation.
– I’m looking forward to seeing you next Sunday.
– What time does your play start?
– Yes, I’ll come, it sounds like fun. Thanks for inviting.
– I would be so glad to have you as my Facebook friend.
- Refusing an invitation
– No, thank you.
– I’m sorry but I can’t accept.
– I’m so sorry. I have other plans.
– I’d like to, but I can’t stay.
– I’m afraid I’m not free tonight.
– Sorry, I’m already booked up.
– I’m sorry but I’ve promised to go to the cinema with my wife.
– My parents won’t let me go out.
– I’m afraid I won’t be allowed to stay. You know my mother, she’s very conservative.
– Unfortunately I have to refuse.
– I’m afraid none of the dates suit me.
– I’m engaged with other appointments.