CONTENTS Inviting Refusing Accepting Exercises INVITING Can you come to a barbecue? Do come to the tea-part! Would you like to have dinner with.

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  • CONTENTS Inviting Refusing Accepting Exercises
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  • INVITING Can you come to a barbecue? Do come to the tea-part! Would you like to have dinner with me? Will you come to my party? Id like you to come to dinner. (semi- formal) I would like to invite you to the reception. (formal)
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  • REFUSING Im sorry, I cant that day. What a pity! I cant make it. Im afraid. Im very busy that week. I dont think I can. Oh, I am sorry. I wont be able to. Im afraid Im unable to come. I regret I am unable to accept. (formal)
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  • ACCEPTING Id love to What time? Yes, that would be lovely. Great! What fun! Yes, I think so. When exactly? Yes, Ill look forward to it. I would be delighted to accept. (formal)
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  • EXERCISES
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  • EXERCISE 1 Choosing the correct word(s) from the pair in brackets to complete the sentences 1. _______you come to the meeting? (May / Will) 2. Would you___________to play tennis with me? (like / love) 3. Im______, I cant come then. (afraid / sorry) 4. What a pity! I wont be able_____. (it / to) 5. Great! Well_______forward to it. (look / looking) 6. I regret I am_______to accept. (cant/unable) 7. Yes, that would be_______ (delighted/lovely) 8. Hed like_____and see him. (that you go/you to go)
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  • EXERCISES 2 Match each invitation (1-5) with the best answer (A-E) 1.Can you come to lunch on Monday? 2.Would you like to come in for a coffee now? 3.Would you like to go for a picnic this weekend? 4.Id like you to come to a party at my house? 5.Come round for dinner tonight! A.Sorry, I've got a meeting this evening. B.That would be very nice. When is it? C.Im sorry, thats my day in London. D.Id love to. Where shall we go? E.That would be lovely, but I prefer tea!
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  • Exercise 3 Looking at the situations and respond, using expressions
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  • Situation 1 Youre going to celebrate your eighteenth birthday with a big party in two weeks time. Invite your friends.
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  • Situation 2 Your best friend invites you to go on an exciting weekend trip with him / her. You accept.
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  • Situation 3 Your aunt invites you to spend a few days at her house, but youve already arranged something for that week, so you will have to refuse.
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  • Situation 4 Invite someone you dont know very well to have a meal with you and your family.
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  • Situation 5 A friend rings up and says, How about coming round to my place tonight, to listen to some music? You have too much homework!
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  • Thank for your attentions

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