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    Default What are the most appropriate formulae..?

    Hi teachers


    What are the most common -formal and informal- formulae one is supposed to use when inviting smb. out to lunch?

    e.g. Would you like to have lunch with me?


    Thank you in advance
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    Default Re: What are the most appropriate formulae..?

    "Would you like to have lunch with me?" is fine. You might want to preface it with a question, such as "Do you have any plans for lunch today?" If they reply "No" then you can extend the invitation. If they have a previous engagement, you can re-word your invitation to "Would you like to have lunch with me sometime this week?" or something similar.

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    Thank you very much Ouisch


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