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    We are not going to be happy unless you are among us.

    We are not going to be happy unless you are among us.


    I want to invite a friend to a party and insert the above statement in the letter. How do I write that in good English, please?

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    Re: We are not going to be happy unless you are among us.

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    We are not going to be happy unless you are among us.


    I want to invite a friend to a party and insert the above statement in the letter. How do I write that in good English, please?
    More natural would be "unless you join us".

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