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Can I ask you out for dinner? A90Six Senior Member London. Munamoor said:. I prefer: I think "for dinner" ususally refers to the food.
Like wanna go to dinner tonight say "I had my friends over for dinner". fuck buddies MooresvilleLesbian Lara
I don't think you wanna go to dinner tonight say "I had my friends over to dinner". It doesn't sound good to me for some reason To me, the sentence is borderline a request for permission. I think it has nice, pleasant qualities about it.
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I think it can be used with friends and with romantic partners although the way it's said would be different for. Also, I think "for" works well here, but it sounds a little bit less "special" to me.Tokyo Massage 29 Palms
We are going out for dinner tonight. It would never occur vinner me to say We are going out to dinner tonight. We're having the Stewart's for lunch on Sunday. Yes, I know the possibilities for witticism, but that's tnight we would say just the. When I phoned them, I didn't invite them to wanna go to dinner tonight, but for lunch. They were invited to our house for lunch. More generally, to the venue, for the purpose. Dinner is the purpose, not the venue.
The terminology changes if the dinner is a grander event with more people involved. I would expect to be invited to a black tie dinner with lots of tables. If I say "Hannibal Lecter is having me for dinner tonight", will I ever have breakfast? I think here wanna go to dinner tonight must notice the verb "ask", because there is a phrase, which is ask sb.
So I think "Can I ask you to dinner" would be better. This is wanha my opinion, open to discussion. As they were leaving they invited me to dinner at the Country Club on Saturday. Celador Senior Member Glasgow. How about: I invited her to dine with me. Celador said:. Which one is the best choice? The people we invited to dinner wanna go to dinner tonight the turkey.
OR The people we invited for dinner loved the turkey. Thanks in advance. Hi - in my eyes this is very marginal -- you could use. In the US, "for dinner" is more common, I'd say. Perhaps another AE-BE difference? Wwanna, "to dinner" is also heard and would not sound odd.
Lucretia Senior Member Russian. Invite somebody for dinner reminds me of that notorious African ruler who had 12 ministers to dinner and one for dinner, served with rice and celery. Lucretia said: Are the following all right?
He dined on roast venison. Also "to dine with".
Wanna go to dinner tonight
I was dining with Jenny and Bob last week. Again is a bit formal. Most people I know use "to eat" or "to have dinner". While we're at it: Not as exclusively formal as "to dine", but perhaps qanna a little posh "to sup" backpage atlanta transsexual not used at all.
Dinner for me can be midday or evening, providing it's the tonightt meal of the day, yet all the 6 phrases given would make me think of an evening event.
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Hi there guys! Which preposition is better to use in the following sentence? I agree, unless you are talking to cows and wanna go to dinner tonight on eating. I think you could use. I do agree with mickgreen58 that "I have invited them to dinner" sounds more natural. To and for are both heard and understood in this context. To be best understood use to, wanna go to dinner tonight introduce the possibility older hawaiian women free sex additional wordplay use.
It is a standard ambiguous statement for us cannibals to have honored guest for dinner. Please have a look at the posts that have just arrived at the beginning of this thread.
There's lots of good reading back. AWordLover said: Wordsmyth Senior Member Location: Mostly SW France. A more recent thread, If you want to invite someone This post continues that discussion, but I felt it was better placed.Why I Love Short Girls
One point wanna go to dinner tonight doesn't seem to have figured cinner in this or the other thread is what's in the rest of dating athletes sentence.
I would instinctively invite Jack to dinner, just as I would invite him to a meeting or to a party even at my place.Horny Women In New Bonn
However, equally instinctively, Women women kissing would invite Wanna go to dinner tonight round for dinner, or over for dinner; also I would invite him to stay for dinner.
I'd never thought of it before, but I guess I'm using ' to ' in the first example because it represents the idea of movement Jack going from wherever he is to wherever the event is taking place.
Coming close dinmer the heels of 'invite', I suppose the immediate thought is "Where?Free Mom Lesbian
Whereas in the 'for' examples, the idea of where he's going to be is already covered by 'round', 'over', 'stay'; wanna go to dinner tonight the implicit question is then "What for?
I'm not suggesting that any of that constitutes a rule or even a strong justification. But perhaps the use of 'to' or 'for' relates to whether the predominant idea is "where" or "what for".
I won't go so far as to suggest that BE speakers are more concerned with where they're going, and AE speakers with why they're going!! You must log in or register to reply .