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    Question Which preposition is correctly used?

    Which preposition is correctly used?
    You are cordially invited to the wedding ceremony of ..... OR You are cordially invited at the wedding ceremony of .....

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    Re: Which preposition is correctly used?

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    Which preposition is correctly used?
    You are cordially invited to the wedding ceremony of ..... OR You are cordially invited at the wedding ceremony of .....
    Which one do you think is correct and why?

    Do you "invite someone to an event" or "invite someone at an event"?

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    Re: Which preposition is correctly used?

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Which one do you think is correct and why?

    Do you "invite someone to an event" or "invite someone at an event"?
    I think to is correct.

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    Re: Which preposition is correctly used?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nudrat Nazeer View Post
    I think to is correct.
    You're right!!

    You are invited to a wedding.
    I would like to invite you to the cinema.
    I have been invited to a party.

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