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    Is it right to used "relax at leisure" and "end of program" ?

    Dear Teachers,

    Kindly reply if it is right to write on our invitation card "relax at leisure". It is a card to invite customers joining company's anniversary. There will be shows, refreshement and snack served by waiter during the party, as well as several booths of main course meal.

    During the first half of the night there will be a high light show and a few performances. After that, there will be light music perform by a band for the whole night until end of program.

    What program details should be written on an invitation card to inform customers that they could relax and have refreshement, snack and main course as they wish during the party and enjoy the music. Can we use "end of program" at the time we finish our party? Can we put "Bon voyage" after the word "end of program"? If "Bon voyage" is not the right word, kindy advise what the most appropriate word is?

    Thank you very much for your kind assistane.
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    Re: Is it right to used "relax at leisure" and "end of program" ?

    Sorry, but the correct question should be "Is it right to use "relax at leisure" and "end of program"?

    Sorry once again for my mistake.

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    Re: Is it right to used "relax at leisure" and "end of program" ?

    I wouldn't use either of those phrases if you are giving details of the entertainment and refreshments available.

    They won't need telling to 'relax at leisure' if they're coming to a party and they'll know it's going to finish when you tell them the band is going to play the last number.

    On an invitation card you should just give brief details of the event, with the date, times and venue clearly stated.

    What's a 'high light show'? A firework display?

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    Re: Is it right to used "relax at leisure" and "end of program" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I wouldn't use either of those phrases if you are giving details of the entertainment and refreshments available.

    They won't need telling to 'relax at leisure' if they're coming to a party and they'll know it's going to finish when you tell them the band is going to play the last number.

    On an invitation card you should just give brief details of the event, with the date, times and venue clearly stated.

    What's a 'high light show'? A firework display?
    Dear Khun Rover_KE,

    Many thanks for your advice. High light show should be highlight show. Sorry for the mistake.

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    Re: Is it right to used "relax at leisure" and "end of program" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninth View Post
    Dear Khun Rover_KE,

    Many thanks for your advice. High light show should be highlight show. Sorry for the mistake.
    So what is a highlight show? Usually, after an event has finished, people decide what the highlights were for them. Some will say it was the music, some will say the dancing, some will say the food.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Is it right to used "relax at leisure" and "end of program" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    So what is a highlight show? Usually, after an event has finished, people decide what the highlights were for them. Some will say it was the music, some will say the dancing, some will say the food.
    Dear Khun emsr2d2,

    Thank you for your comments. A main show in this party is an "Arial Silk" while performers will be hanging from crane boom raised high into the air.

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