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    correct grammer

    " Shelly and Robert cocktail party".
    Is that correct on an invite?

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    Re: correct grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by Dollrose View Post
    " Shelly and Robert cocktail party".
    Is that correct on an invite?
    Welcome to the forum, Dollrose.
    It isn't correct anywhere. Use the genitive, "Shelly and Robert's Cocktail Party," or, if you prefer, "Shelly and Robert are throwing a cocktail party."

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