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formal invitation
- Students can identify the structure of the text and the characteristics of the formal invitation.
- students can find the information contained in the formal invitation.
- students can make the written text an formal invitation correctly individually using pixton (
media : Laptop, LCD, Speaker, Power Point presentation
resource : - BSE book.
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• A formal invitation is an invitation which follows a dignified form, tone or style
in agreement with the established norms, customs or values (Websters,
For example:
- An invitation to the opening of a school
- An invitation to a graduation ceremony
- An invitation to a wedding, etc.
- The first line is the name(s) of the person(s) who invite(s).
• Format of formal invitation :
- The second line is the request for participation.
- The third line is the names of the person(s) invited.
- The fourth line is the occasion for invitation.
- The fifth line is the name and date of the occasion.
- The sixth line is the place of the occasion.
- The last line is the request for reply.

 Would you like to ….
 Could you come to…
 I’d very much like
 Would you care to ….
 I’ll really happy if you come to….
 I’m sure that you won’t be disappointed to come to….
Accepting an Invitation
 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?
Declining an Invitation
 I’m very sorry, I don’t think I can.
 I’d like to, but ….
 Thank you for asking me, but ….
 Unfortunately, I can’t ….