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Thread: correct grammar for an invitation

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    Default correct grammar for an invitation

    which is best:
    Please come join us
    or
    Please come and join us

    Thanks

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    Default hi alice

    In my opinion,
    i think 2 is right.
    you can say lease come to join us or please come and join us.

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    both seems appropriate,

    you can also say "Please come to join us"

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdul.Rehman View Post
    both seems appropriate,

    you can also say "Please come to join us"

    Cheers
    Or, you can just say, "Please join us."

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    Default hi ruty

    why i can't deliver post in the english communication to each other

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    Quote Originally Posted by liu19851122 View Post
    why i can't deliver post in the english communication to each other
    Hi Liu: I don't understand your question.

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    Hi,
    Is there any auditor or someone in this forum to be responsible for helping members in order to use correct grammar?Someone whose mother language is english,is there someone with such features like these? I think I need help.
    Is it correct:"Write to me" or I should say "write me" ?
    Is it correct :"I hope every thing goes ok with you" or I should say "I hope every thing to be ok with you' ?

    Thanks in advance for your helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simin View Post
    Hi,
    Is there any auditor or someone in this forum to be responsible for helping members in order to use correct grammar?Someone whose mother language is english,is there someone with such features like these? I think I need help.
    Is it correct:"Write to me" or I should say "write me" ?
    Is it correct :"I hope every thing goes ok with you" or I should say "I hope every thing to be ok with you' ?

    Thanks in advance for your helps.
    Hi Simin: My mother language is English. I volunteer to help students here. I have no "official" connection with Englishpage. I am happy to help when I can.

    Is it correct:"Write to me" or I should say "write me" ?
    (Both are OK. "Write me" is more informal than "Write to me.")

    Is it correct :"I hope every thing goes ok with you" (This is good. This is a statement about the future).

    or I should say "I hope every thing to be ok with you' ? (No. You may say: "I hope everything will be OK with you". (future) Or, "I hope everything is OK with you." (at present).

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    Dear Rusty
    I hope everything will be ok with you(as you taught me).I don't know what I should say against your kindness.You are an angel because you help the others without any expection.It is admirable and you impressed me so much with your action.Thanks for your favor and your kindness.I became eager to know more about you if you let me,Where are you from and how old are you?
    Best wishes
    Simin

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    Quote Originally Posted by simin View Post
    Dear Rusty
    I hope everything will be ok with you(as you taught me).I don't know what I should say against your kindness.You are an angel because you help the others without any expection.It is admirable and you impressed me so much with your action.Thanks for your favor and your kindness.I became eager to know more about you if you let me,Where are you from and how old are you?
    Best wishes
    Simin
    I don't know what I should say about your kindness.
    Simin, I don't like to put personal information on the Internet. I will just say that I live in the United States and that I am an old lady. I admire people who try to learn another language, so I try to help.

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