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Want to grab coffee with that new friend from the gym, ask a colleague to go rock-climbing or want to let your friends know they are invited to your birthday party, but not sure how to invite someone in English? If you feel nervous when you think about inviting someone to do something and end up avoiding it altogether then this is the lesson for you. Whether you are living in a new city or country or whether you just want to get out more and get to know more people where you live, making an invitation is the door to an active social life and potential new friendships.
Inviting an acquaintance, colleague or neighbor to do something can be a great step forward in getting to know them better and building a friendship. This is the more direct method. It works well in less formal situations, whether you know someone well or not, you can use these questions to make an invitation:. You can use this for informal and more formal situations too. The great thing about this way of making an invitation is you can really make someone feel valued and important.
So if you are building a friendship with someone or want to change that acquaintance or colleague into a friend, this is a great way to go. This makes an invitation sound really personal and makes the other person feel valued and important. So definitely try this approach if you want to build a friendship. This is what that might sound like when you put it all together in a conversation:.
What can I bring? Sarah: Sure thing, I will bring some white wine. Thanks for the invite. How to Make Plans with Friends—Australian vs. American English. How to Accept and Decline Invitations Politely. Download my free training on how to build the courage and confidence you need to say what you want in English. Get It Now.
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Whether you want to get to know a new neighbor or someone in a book club, use these questions to help. Not only that, but it can have opposite meanings. Learn 4 ways to accurately use pretty as an adverb. How about going to a restaurant to have coffee together this Sunday? I was thinking of making some traditional dishes for dinner tonight and I would love it if you could me with your family.
Hi Sam, are you free after gym to have coffee with me?
Would you like to come over? Hello Annemarie. I appreciate for sending us helpful lesson I realized Confident English every single day is teaching us new things. I have a. I would like you to come with me. Sounds good. When do you plan to go? I was wondering next week on Saturday I planned to travel. For how long will we be there? Hi Munira. Great job using language from the lesson to invite your friend. Nicely done! Two simple ways to invite someone in English. Lesson by Annemarie. Option 1: Start with a simple question.
It works well in less formal situations, whether you know someone well or not, you can use these questions to make an invitation: Are you free to…? Are you doing anything…? Maybe we could hang out? Would you like to…? Do you want to…? Do you wanna…? Do you feel like…?
How about…? Option 2: Say what you would like. Sarah: Sounds great, when is it? Jane: Sunday the 3rd at 1pm. Love this lesson on how to invite someone in English? What could you say? Get the Confidence to Say What You Want in English Download my free training on how to build the courage and confidence you need to say what you want in English. Name Get It Now. Similar Lessons. Uncomfortable Questions and How to Deal with Them. Learn with me. Most Recent Lessons. Notify of. Newest Oldest Most Voted. Inline Feedbacks. Nabukenya Betty.
Can I ask a question Write a dialogue to express your invite and accept your friend. Reply to Adriana. Tony Brains. Reply to Spec. Reply to Maisa. Tanya—Team Speak Confident English. Reply to Munira. I'd love your thoughts and questions! Please share your comment. Pin It on Pinterest.Anyone want to meet for dinner
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