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By using the adjective "kind" you are acknowledging sincere gratitude to your friend for including you. I wish I could, but I've got something else happening then. In your response you could make reference to how the meal was, how the ambiance of the evening was and what you enjoyed and what you possibly talked about. Explanation: Using "unfortunately" let's them know you're glad they invited you and you wish you could go, but will not be able to. By saying that it sounds wonderful tells your friend that you are very glad to be invited and that you are excited to eat good food with a great friend. This word is appropriate for both formal and informal settings. B: Thanks for the invitation, but I have other plans. To express your gratitude to your friend for inviting you out to eat you can say, "I am glad you invited me! To express your gratitude to your friend for inviting you out to eat you can say, "I am glad you invited me! Explanation: "Thanks for the invite" is a common phrase people use before turning an event down, so it will prepare your friend for your rejection. Unfortunately, I've already got something going on, but thank you for inviting me. Explanation: "Thanks for the invite" is a common phrase people use before turning an event down, so it will prepare your friend for your rejection. Here is an example on how to use this in a conversation: A: We're planning a party this weekend, do you want to come? There are lots of other ways to say it, but this one is the most accurate and most commonly used. In the second sentence you will see the noun commitment. Explanation: "I wish I could" tells your friend you are glad they invited you; it is only something out of your control stopping you from going. In the second sentence you will see the noun commitment. There are lots of other ways to say it, but this one is the most accurate and most commonly used. To thank someone for the invitation prior to the event you could say, "Thank you for the invitation! To express your gratitude to your friend for inviting you out to eat you can say, "I am glad you invited me! Thank you for the lunch invitation, sounds wonderful. By saying that it sounds wonderful tells your friend that you are very glad to be invited and that you are excited to eat good food with a great friend. Thank you for the lunch invitation, sounds wonderful. Here is an example on how to use this in a conversation: A: We're planning a party this weekend, do you want to come? To thank someone for the invitation prior to the event you could say, "Thank you for the invitation! This word is appropriate for both formal and informal settings. I would love to have lunch with you. I would love to have lunch with you. There are lots of other ways to say it, but this one is the most accurate and most commonly used. In your response you could make reference to how the meal was, how the ambiance of the evening was and what you enjoyed and what you possibly talked about. Explanation: "I wish I could" tells your friend you are glad they invited you; it is only something out of your control stopping you from going. Thanks for the kind invitation to dinner - I can't wait! Here is an example on how to use this in a conversation: A: We're planning a party this weekend, do you want to come? To thank someone for the invitation prior to the event you could say, "Thank you for the invitation! I would love to have lunch with you. Explanation: "Thanks for the invite" is a common phrase people use before turning an event down, so it will prepare your friend for your rejection. Thanks for the kind invitation to dinner - I can't wait! I can't wait lets the friend know that you are looking forward to spending the time with them. Unfortunately, I've already got something going on, but thank you for inviting me. By saying that it sounds wonderful tells your friend that you are very glad to be invited and that you are excited to eat good food with a great friend. Unfortunately, I've already got something going on, but thank you for inviting me. I wish I could, but I've got something else happening then. I can't wait lets the friend know that you are looking forward to spending the time with them. A conclusion you could also draw would be that you could reciprocate with an invitation to your friend for a similar type event. B: Thanks for the invitation, but I have other plans. Explanation: "I wish I could" tells your friend you are glad they invited you; it is only something out of your control stopping you from going. If we made a commitment it means we made a promise. Thank you for the lunch invitation, sounds wonderful. Thanks for the kind invitation to dinner - I can't wait! I wish I could, but I've got something else happening then. By using the adjective "kind" you are acknowledging sincere gratitude to your friend for including you. If we made a commitment it means we made a promise. This word is appropriate for both formal and informal settings. In the second sentence you will see the noun commitment. By using the adjective "kind" you are acknowledging sincere gratitude to your friend for including you. In your response you could make reference to how the meal was, how the ambiance of the evening was and what you enjoyed and what you possibly talked about. I can't wait lets the friend know that you are looking forward to spending the time with them. B: Thanks for the invitation, but I have other plans. A conclusion you could also draw would be that you could reciprocate with an invitation to your friend for a similar type event. If we made a commitment it means we made a promise. A conclusion you could also draw would be that you could reciprocate with an invitation to your friend for a similar type event. Explanation: Using "unfortunately" let's them know you're glad they invited you and you wish you could go, but will not be able to. Explanation: Using "unfortunately" let's them know you're glad they invited you and you wish you could go, but will not be able to.。

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