Use the following exercise to practise your writing skills.

Inviting someone to a wedding

Complete the written invitation. Write the following mixed-up words or chunks in the gaps: join, Yours, invite, Dear, starts, 2 pm, on.
  •  Mum and Dad.
  •  We cordially 
     you to celebrate our wedding day with us! As you know, we are getting married 
     Friday, February 2nd. The church service will be held at St. Paul's Chapel. It 
     . Afterwards, 
     us for dinner at the City Hotel.
  •  , Julia and Peter.


Use the following exercise to practise your speaking skills!

Inviting someone to a birthday party

Listen to the dialogue below. Then choose the correct reply. Afterwards, practise the whole dialogue.
  1. Hey there, how are you? Good to see you!
    • Good to see you, too. I'm fine, how are you?
    • Thanks, you too. I'm great and you?
    • Hi, you, too. How is it going?
  2. Good, thanks. Listen, I am having a birthday party next Friday. Do you want to come?
    • Yes, why not.
    • Yes, thank you. What time?
    • Sure, I'd love to!
  3. Great! The party starts around 9 pm at my place.
    • All right. What do you want as a present?
    • Okay, I'll be there. What do you want for your birthday?
    • Okay, I could probably only make it at 10.
  4. Oh no presents, please. Just bring something to drink, that would be great.
    • Sure, I'll do that. Can I bring my boyfriend, too?
    • Right. Can my boyfriend come?
    • Okay, no problem. I can come with my boyfriend, can't I?
  5. Of course! So I'll see you two on Friday!
    • All right. See you.
    • Yeah. Can't wait!
    • Yes, thanks for the invitation!
  6. I'm glad you can come! See you soon.
    • Take care.
    • See you.
    • Bye!
Now practise the dialogue. Listen to speaker 1 and speak the other part.
Listen to speaker 2 and speak the other part.
Wow, you've finished the unit!