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    Making an invitation

    Can you tell me if it is correct to make an invitation by asking the following questions?
    "Would you like to go to my farewell party?"
    "Do you want to go to my farewell party?"
    "Can you go/come to my farewell party?"
    "Could you go/come to my farewell party"


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    Re: Making an invitation

    "come to" if you are inviting them to your party.

    Apart from "Do you want to" which is a bit aggressive, all the options would be fine.

    Much the easiest way is just to say "Please come to my farewell party".

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