In both cases, "invited" is correct.
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Are both OK?
Are both wrong?
Or have invited, depending on the context.
Are we assuming this is meant to be past tense? I agree that the originals would not be natural for the present tense.
To Polyester: They are both grammatical. Whether they are correct or not depends on what you think you are saying.
That's a strange assumption to make in this forum, Mike. Ideally, one would like original posts to make sense.
But I don't think it's right to say the original should be in the past tense if the OP intends it to be in the present, as it is correctly written, grammatically.
Yes, 'invited' and 'have invited' do make further correct sentences out of the original correct ones.
Ray, I prefer to work with the sentence we have, not the sentence we could have had. You might differ on that. Sentences can be grammatical and still be incorrect. If the OP is not happy with the responses, he/she can respond.
No,I'm very happy to see two members discus the OP here.
I love it, Please continue...
My situation is "My friend ask me now,give me a card,invite me to the party now." It's happening in the present.
Not "My friend gave me a card in the past."
Is this situation clearly?