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    #1

    invite us all to watch?

    Does invite mean invitation or request?


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    426392 - what you guys did last night?
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    431564 - Nothing happened last night.


    435735 - Ross invited us all to watch.

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    446813 - We weren't gonna miss
    446813 - our friends getting married.



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    #2

    Re: invite us all to watch?

    J Murray has answered this in Invite? How do we tell if it's invitation or request?

    Please don't run two threads on such similar topics. You might get different, confusing answers.

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