Perguntas sobre exemplo de orações com, e a definição e o uso de "Invitation"

O significado de "Invitation" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa graphic invitation “to sit on it”?
A: Well, I looked up the internet to find out more information, and it is true.

"sit on it" is offensive because in this particular context, the "it" refers to the thumb, and it is like asking someone to sit on your thumb. In other words , to the Eastern Mediterranean people, you are saying you want to stick your thumb into their butt / ass
Q: O que significa invitation mock-ups?
A: I think this would mean first drafts. This is the first, unperfected version of the invitations before the perfect, final version is made
Q: O que significa I bet you don't get many second invitations?
A: It implies that you are an unpleasant person. People invite you once, realize that they don't like you, and never invite you again -- thus, no second invitations.
Q: O que significa invitation?
A: An invitation is a request, a solicitation, or an attempt to get another person to join you at a specific event.
Q: O que significa The invitation to speak at the University still stands.?
A: The invitation is still valid.

Exemplo de frases utilisando "Invitation"

Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com invitations.
A: I sent out the invitations today
The invitations look great
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com invitation.
A: My friend sent me an invitation for her birthday party.
I declined the invitation for an event on Facebook.
I am not interested in this invitation.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com Meeting invitation by email.
A: The example you have works fine maybe write what you are going to send and we can check it

Palavras similares a "Invitation" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre thank you for the invitation e thank you for the invite
?
A: ‘Thank you for the invite’ is commonly used but is informal/not strictly correct - the correct form is ‘thank you for the invitation’.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre invitations e invitation ?
A: "Invitation" is singular, meaning just one. "Invitations" is plural.

"We sent out wedding invitations two weeks ago. Did you get your invitation?"
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I am sorry, but I am going to have to turn down your invitation. e I am sorry, but I will have to turn down your invitation. ?
A: There isn’t a big difference really and there both acceptable. Just saying “going” is sprinkles on top I guess
Q: Qual é a diferença entre extend a invitation e give a invitation ?
A: extend an invitation is more formal and generally preferred

Traduções de "Invitation"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Which is more natural ?
1. This is a new invitation for our meeting.
2. This is a new invitation of our meeting.
A: #1 sounds more natural. Maybe try "the" instead of "a" too.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I’d like to thank you for your invitation and your excellent programme.
Can we replace the word “programme ” with “arrangement ”, and what is the difference between the two words?
A: Programme = 节目, arrangement = 安排。
Progamme refers to an activity or event.
Sports programme. Fitness progamme.

Arrangement refers to planning for something or arranging things.
Arrangement of tables. Arrangement of a hotel room booking
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? This was invitation enough.
A: That English sentence doesn’t make sense. If you say it in Korean, I can translate it.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? How can you send out the invitations to retirement party?

I'm not mature so I don't know what's happening. can you help me understand this situation?
A: So yeah I think the textbook has a mistake, but I’m not a professional at English grammar.

I really think it should be “Have you sent out the invitations for* Mr. Ito’s retirement party?”
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Hello, Thank you for the invitation. I booked time on 20 December, 10:30 a.m.
A: Hello, thank you for the invitation I have booked my time at 10:30 AM on the 20th of december.

Outras perguntas sobre "Invitation"

Q: Thank you very much for accepting our invitation to speak at “The 2nd International Symposium” despite the venue change.
soa natural?
A: No need to put the event in quotes:

"Thank you very much for accepting our invitation to speak at the 2nd International Symposium despite the venue change."

If you put quotes around something that doesn't look like a quotation from another author, it sometimes reads as if you've used scare quotes, which can indicate that you're being ironic or mocking.
Q: Dear Dr. 〇〇:

Thank you very much for accepting our invitation to speak the symposium.
I will arrange your flights and accommodation through a travel agency in Japan at our expense. Please let me know the information necessary for travel planning (e.g. the airport of departure, the desired departure date and time, the desired return date and time, preferred airline, the request of the hotel, etc.). When the schedule is finalized, I will contact you again before a reservation is made.
You are allowed to extend your stay in Japan at your expense if you wish. Please let me know if you plan to extend stay.
In preparation for processing of the invitation, please send us the following documents and information:
1. A copy of your passport
2. Home Address
3. Curriculum vitae

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Sincerely,
soa natural?
A: In the sentence, " Please let me know if you plan to extend stay," add "your" before stay
Q: Thank you very much for accepting our invitation to speak at the symposium.
I am terribly sorry for the suddenness, but I would like to inform you that the venue of symposium will change from Tokyo to Hiroshima. At first we were planning to have it at Tokyo University Campus but due to conflict in booking, we will have it in Hiroshima. The new venue is Takayasu Lecture Hall (Ganba Auditorium 2F) in the Shimonoseki Campus of Hiroshima University. The date and time will stay same. We have reissued the invitation letter and attached it to this e-mail. Please check the attached file and replace the invitation letter with the attached one. soa natural?
A: Thank you very much for accepting our invitation to speak at the symposium. I am terribly sorry for the sudden changes, but I would like to inform you that the location and venue of the symposium has changed from Tokyo to Hiroshima. At first we were planning to have it at Tokyo University Campus but due to a conflict during booking, we will have it in Hiroshima. The new venue is Takayasu Lecture Hall (Ganba Auditorium 2F) in the Shimonoseki Campus of Hiroshima University. The date and time will stay the same. We have reissued the invitation letter and attached it to this e-mail. Please check the attached file and replace the invitation letter with the attached one.

Your version is understandable but I just changed it a little to my proper understanding :)
Q: "I received the invitation, but it was scheduled for the 11th March. Could you reschedule the date for the 18th?"

When I received an invitation email of web conference, but the date was 1 week earlier than they told me before. Can I ask like this? soa natural?
A: You probably want to say "the 11th of March" or "March 11th", and for the second part from "for the 18th" to "to the 18th."
Q: I've got to make an invitation to the masque at the Capulet villa(Romeo and Juliet) and please show me some examples
A: [Insert name of company here] cordially invites you to the masque at the Capulet villa.
The entertainment for the evening will be a play on the classic story of Romeo and Juliet.The event will take place on the [insert date here].
Tickets cost:£10 per adult,£5 per child
Refreshments will be provided.
Looking forward to seeing you.
[insert signature here]
Event organiser<---[your status in the business]
RadsJab <---[name]

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