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Definition, information, and examples about invitation and invitation card.

Written By Juliant Luber on Sabtu, 01 November 2014 | 06.32

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Invitation and Invitation Card.

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@ Invitation is addressed to person or a lot of people by using language that is short, compact and obviously without strings attached.

@ The porpuse of Invitation is to invite someone or tell someone about the event to be held or be hold a particular event.

@ There are two types of invitation.

Formal invitation is usually originate from Institutes, Companies and a kind of it. Normally formal invitation is written invitation.

Informal invitation is personal invitation given to a friend, family, etc. Informal invitation can be written invitation and verbal invitation.

@The component in the Invitation Text.

- Who the sender of invitation card?
- Who invited by the creator of the invitation card?
- Where will the event be held?
- When will the event be held?

@ Here some expression to invite someone.

- I would like to invite you to come to my house.
- Would you like to come to my restaurant?.
- How would you like to go camping with us next month?.
- If you are not busy, please try to come to my office.
- Are you free this evening?.
- Let’s go to the Jazz Festival!
- Can you come?
- Please try to come.
- We hope you’ll join us.
- If you don’t have any other plans, would you come to the cafĂ©?

@ Expression to accepting invitation.

- I’d love to.
- I like that.
- That sounds great.
- Thank you for the invitation.
- That would be wonderful.
- I’d be glad to.
- That sounds like fun.
- It’s very nice of you to invite me.
- It sounds interesting.

@ Expression to refuse invitation.
(Here you can add your reason why can't you join in the invitation).

- I’d love to, but I can’t.
- I’m really sorry because I can’t come.
- Sorry, I’m really busy.
- I’d love to, but I won’t be able to.
- I’d love to but I don’t think I can.

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