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Invitations and Replies Read the invitations and answer the questions that follow. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Steinberg request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Ruth Marie to Mr. Abraham Silberman Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Silberman June 23, 2005 at Beth Zion Synagogue 424 Catherine St. W., Mtl Reception to follow R.S.V.P. IT’S A BOY! And we’re celebrating with a great big bash On September 14 at 1:00 p.m. At our home : 1420 Lakeshore Drive Please email a reply as the phone may be off the hook for a while! [email protected] COME ONE, COME ALL! Farewell party for Sgt Larkins At the Royal Restaurant On June 20, 2005 at 7:30 p.m. LET’S GIVE HIM A “ROYAL” SEND-OFF R.S.V.P Cpl J. Jean, 234-5607 Ext. 3655 You are cordially invited to attend a dinner Dance to celebrate the 20 th Anniversary of Captain and Mrs. John O’Brien The event will be held at the King George Hotel on Saturday, January 3 rd at 8:00 p.m. a. b. c. d.
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Supplementary Exercises Page 146 3. 1. Match the events and the invitation. Write the alphabetical letter of the invitation in the blank space provided. a. a wedding _____ b. a goodbye party _____ c. a celebration of many years of marriage _____ d. a birth _____ 2. Where will these events be? Write the place in the blank. a. the wedding _______________________________ b. the farewell party _______________________________ c. the anniversary party _______________________________ d. the baby arrival party _______________________________ 3. When will the celebration be? Write the name of the event beside the date. a. January 3 _______________________________ b. June 20 _______________________________ c. June 23 _______________________________ d. September 14 _______________________________ 4. The following are replies to the invitations found at the beginning of this activity. Write the alphabetical letters of the invitations opposite the corresponding replies. (Note that more than one invitation may correspond to a given reply.) a. My wife and I would be honoured to attend. _____ b. Thanks for inviting me. I’ll be there for sure. _____ c. Sorry, I won’t be here at the time. _____ d. I regret that I’ll be unable to attend. _____ e. I can’t make it, but I’ll contribute toward a gift. _____ f. You can count on me. _____ g. Thanks for including us. We wouldn’t miss it for the world. _____ h. We will be delighted to attend. _____
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Supplementary Exercises Page 147 4. Register: Formal/Informal Read the following invitations and indicate a. whether the invitation is FORMAL or INFORMAL, and if possible, b. what the relationship is between the inviter and invitee (the person receiving the invitation). Example: ___informal; friend/friend _____________ 1. ________________________________ Dear Mary, Good news! My sister’s getting married. There’s a party at our house on Sunday, April 1 st at 7:30 p.m. You’re invited! Bring your boyfriend if you like. I hope to see you then. Yours, Beth R.S.V.P. as soon as possible. IT’S SGT LEBLANC’S BIRTHDAY! You are all invited to celebrate. See you at TIP TOP CAFÉ . Friday, 20 March at 2100 hrs
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Supplementary Exercises Page 148 2.. ________________________________ 3. _______________________________ 4. _______________________________ Mark, I called you last night, but there was no answer. I’m having a party next Friday for a few friends before I move to Vancouver.
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