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    Sorry, can't make it to the...

    "Sorry, can't make it to the party." Correct English ? And meaning that it's not possible to go to the party ?

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    Re: Sorry, can't make it to the...

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    "Sorry, can't make it to the party." Correct English ? And meaning that it's not possible to go to the party ?
    Correct. We will not be there.

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