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    Without being/having been invited

    Hi,
    "We went to the party without being/having been invited."
    Which is correct please, or can I use both?
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    #2

    Re: Without being/having been invited

    You can use both of them.
    "We went to the party without being/having been invited."
    (I am not a teacher.)

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    #3

    Re: Without being/having been invited

    If you want to avoid such doubts, you can also say "we went to the party uninvited".

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    Re: Without being/having been invited

    Or "We gatecrashed the party"!
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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