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(would you) care to join me/us

An invitation for one to engage in a particular action or activity with someone else (or a group). I'm going out for a jog—care to join me? Would you care to join us for dinner tonight?
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(Would you) care to join us?

Do you want to join us? Tom and Mary saw Fred and Sally sitting at another table in the restaurant. Tom went over to them and said, "Would you care to join us?" Mary: Isn't that Bill and Sue over there? John: Yes, it is. Shall I ask them to join us? Mary: Why not? John (after reaching the other table): Hi, you guys! Care to join us? Bill: Love to, but Sue's mom is going to be along any minute. Thanks anyway.
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References in classic literature ?
What right had I to imagine she would care to join her life to mine?
I don't know whether you and Denham would care to join us.
Suffolk county council children & young people~s services would like to invite service providers with experience of delivering intensive family support, social impact bond investors and intermediaries with an interest in developing and delivering a social impact bond to reduce the need for young people to enter care to join commissioners at an engagement workshop on friday 24.
Starting from the layby on A171 about eight miles south of High Hawsker we follow the old roadway back to the northern end and cross the A171 with care to join the lane running past buildings at "Cook House"(left).
Maybe some of you would care to join voluntary groups to keep your streets appearance maintained?
Would anyone else care to join in and blame landlords such as myself and my husband, who saved for years for our first deposit and then set up and ran a business that provides comfortable and safe housing while employing many workers and stimulating the local economy?
Would you care to join the queue for admission to a BCUHB hospital, Mr Osborne?
Perhaps, in the summer, Mr Henderson will care to join the thousands of others who will enjoy the new waterfront, and force himself to look at the Three Graces from new vantage points.
There must at least be a couple of thousand of disillusioned buyers awaiting new apartments on stalled building sites in Bahrain who would care to join me at Bipex.
At 5pm, emperor Conflux Maximus will lead a parade of 60 street performers, and any members of the public who care to join them, down Buchanan Street.
Ashton this week invited Gomarsall's Harlequins teammate Danny Care to join Richard Wigglesworth and Paul Hodgson in the England training squad for Saturday's Calcutta Cup clash with Scotland.
Ashton this week invited Gomarsall's Harlequins team-mate Danny Care to join Richard Wigglesworth and Paul Hodgson in the England training squad for Saturday's Calcutta Cup clash with Scotland.
The eight, and any of their colleagues at the engineering site in Abbey Road, Whitley, Coventry, who care to join in, are planning to grow beards and moustaches over the next three weeks to raise cash for the Coventry Myton Hospice Appeal.
I say to those who would join the chorus of disapproval, that if you wish to have the humane and generous care that is given so freely and for so little by the carers in these photos, and all the other carers, maybe you would care to join me and others in recognising their worth and in calling for better wages and conditions for them.
Silver Oak appeals to those who want to live in a gated community but don't care to join a club where they live," Roberts says.