Casual Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences in Different Scenarios – Top 600+ Terms)/
Offers and Invitations

Offers and Invitations

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Can I join you? / May I join you?

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asked when seeking permission to sit at someone's table or join them in some activity

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Care to join us?

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an invitation to engage in a particular action or activity with someone or with a group

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Would you like something to eat?

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a polite way of asking if someone, such as a guest or a new friend, would like to eat anything in particular

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Would you like something to drink?

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a polite way of asking if someone, such as a guest or a new friend, would like to drink anything in particular

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Would you like me to...?

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a polite way of offering to do something for someone

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I’d be happy to…

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a polite way of offering to do something

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Would you be interested in...?

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used to ask if a person has any interest in engaging in the mentioned activity

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Are you free…?

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used to ask if a person is available on the mentioned date or time

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Are you doing anything…?

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used to ask if a person is free to do something on the mentioned date or time

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Let me check my schedule. / I'll have to check my schedule.

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said when you want more time to think about an offer and check your availability on a given time or date

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Yes, that would be nice.

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a polite way of accepting an offer or invitation

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I would like that. / I would like that very much.

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said when you really like or agree with what someone has suggested to do

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Sounds good.

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said about an idea, suggestion, or offer that seems good or exciting

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I'd love to.

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said when you would like to do what someone has suggested

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Sure! / Sure thing.

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an informal way of expressing agreement

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Why not?

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an enthusiastic way to say yes or express agreement

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I can't wait to...

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said when you are very excited about doing something or eager for it to begin

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I'm looking forward to it.

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to be pleased or excited that something is going to happen

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No, thank you.

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a polite way of declining an offer or invitation

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I'm fine, thanks. / I'm good, thanks.

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said when you are not interested in an offer, often because you don't need it

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Maybe another time. / Maybe some other time.

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a polite way of refusing an invitation

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I got other plans.

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a frank way of rejecting an offer or invitation

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