Casual Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences in Different Scenarios – Top 600+ Terms)/
Home Visits and Parties

Home Visits and Parties

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Do you need me to bring anything? / Do you want me to bring anything?

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a polite offer to bring anything you can, such as food or drinks, when invited to an event

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I'll bring the wine.

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a polite offer to bring wine when invited to an event such as a dinner, house party, etc.

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I'll bring (the) dessert.

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a polite offer to bring dessert when invited to an event such as a dinner, house party, etc.

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What time should we get there? / What time should we be there?

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asked to the host in order to clarify the time he or she expects guests to arrive

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What do you have planned?

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asked in order to clarify what a person has arranged for a certain event

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Sorry to keep you waiting. / Sorry I kept you waiting.

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used to express apology for arriving late

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Make yourself comfortable.

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said by a host in order to make guests feel relaxed

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Make yourself at home.

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said by a host in order to make guests feel comfortable and at ease

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Let me know if you need anything.

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used to express one's willingness to provide, should someone need anything

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Do you have everything? / Have you got everything?

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asked to a person, often a guest, about to leave an event in order to check that nothing is missed or forgotten upon departure

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Thank you for having me (over).

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used to express gratitude for being invited to an event; can be said at the beginning or end of the event

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Thank you for a lovely evening. / Thank you for a wonderful evening.

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said at the end of the event to express gratitude for being invited

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It’s been my pleasure.

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a polite response to `thank you` which means one was happy to do it

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Thanks for stopping by. / Thanks for dropping by.

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used to express thanks to a friend or guest who came over to one's house or planned event

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