Expression of Acceptance and rejection Invitation

Expression of Acceptance and rejection Invitation

Expression of Acceptance and rejection Invitation

      In this occasion we would like to share the video of Expression of Acceptance and rejection Invitation that it can be watched from Youtube. By watching the video, it is hoped that we will have some real example about Procedure Text so that we are able to have some references of examples how to express Acceptance and rejection Invitation. (Also see : Conversation about Expression Hope and Wish)

This is the video.

      We are sorry if in this video there are many incorrect words performed because this is the product of our students.

      That’s all the posting of video about Expression of Acceptance and rejection Invitation we can share for this occasion. We hope the video we have shared above can help us to improve our English skill, especially our speaking skill. (Also see other article at : Contoh Procedure Text dalam Percakapan)

Purpose and Generic Structure of Invitation Text

Purpose and Generic Structure of Invitation Text

Purpose and Generic Structure of Invitation Text

        Invitation is one of the functional texts which students of high schools should learn in the subject of English besides notice, brochure, advertisement, announcement, leaflet, pamphlet, memo, short message and others.

        For this, here we want to share about Purpose and Generic Structure of Invitation Text. However, we will not only discuss about Purpose and Generic Structure of Invitation Text, but also definition, kinds of invitation and example of invitation. (also read : Generic Structure and Purpose of Announcement)

Material of Purpose and Generic Structure of Invitation Text:

Definition of Invitation

        The definition of invitation is a text which containing a way to invite someone or more to go to a place or to do something or ask someone to participate a particular even & activity.

Purpose of Invitation

        Based on the definition above, it can be concluded that the main purpose of an invitation is to invite someone or more to go to a place or to do something or ask someone to participate a particular even & activity. read more

Expression and Response of Invitation

Expression and Response of Invitation

Expression of Invitation

Expression and Response of Invitation

       Generally all of us have activities that need to be attended by others. There are many situations that probably happened in our daily life, such as meeting, wedding party, birthday party, graduation party etc. Sometimes, we have such situation in which we have to invite some of friends to come. of course, we have to make an invitation for our guests. There will be two answers for them who are invited by us, they may come or accept the invitation and they may not come or decline or refuse the invitation. (Also read : Asking and Giving Suggestion or Advice)

      If we want our friends or relatives come to our party, we have to invite them to come and join. We might invite them orally (informal) or writing (formal). It depends on situation. Here are some common expressions we can use when we want to meke Expression and Response of Invitation.

Making Invitation

  • Would you like to . . . ?
  • I would be very happy if . . . ?
  • We would be delighted if you . . . .
  • Would you care to . . . ?
  • We would be pleased if you could . . . .
  • Could you come to . . . ?
  • I’d very much like if . . . .
  • Would you care to ….
  • I’ll really happy if you come to….
  • I’m sure that you won’t be disappointed to come to….
  • Would you care to . . . ?
  • Why don’t you come to . . . .
  • Like to come to . . . .
  • Come and . . . .
  • Shall we come to . . . .
  • You must come to . . . .
  • etc.
  • (Also read other article at : Paijo Dadi Imam Shalat Traweh)

Accepting Invitation

  • That’s very kind of you
  • We’d like very much to . . . .
  • What a delightful idea
  • With the greatest pleasure
  • Thank you very much for inviting me
  • It’s delightful to . . . .
  • I would/will . . . .
  • Thank you for inviting me.
  • I would/will ….
  • That would be very nice.
  • I’d like to love to come.
  • That’s fine.
  • Sure. Why not?
  • That would be very nice
  • OK,I will be there !
  • I’d like love to come.
  • All right.
  • Sure, I am coming
  • etc.

Declining / Refusing Invitation

  • I’m very sorry, I don’t
  • Think I can.
  • I’d like to, but . . . .
  • I’m afraid I’ve
  • Already promised . . . .
  • Thank you for asking me, but . . . .
  • Unfortunately , I can’t . . . .
  • Sorry, I can’t.
  • I’d love to, but . . . .
  • I don’t think I can.
  • In wish I could, but . . . .
  • Sorry, I am very busy
  • Sorry, may be next time
  • Thank you, but I can’t
  • Sorry, I don’t think
  • Can’t make it
  • I’m so sorry I can make it
  • etc.
  • (Also read other article at : Takkan Kubiarkan Ayah Menderita)

Dialog 1

Handy Invites Intan to go to an Art Show read more