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thanks for inviting me

A polite expression of gratitude said to someone after leaving a social event to which they had invited the speaker. ("Us" can be used instead of "me" if speaking on behalf of two or more people.) A: "I'm so glad you were able to make it to the party, John!" B: "Me too, I had a wonderful time. Thanks for inviting me!" That was such a fun double date. Thanks guys for inviting us!
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thank you for inviting me

A polite expression of gratitude said to someone after leaving a social event to which they had invited the speaker. ("Us" can be used instead of "me" if speaking on behalf of two or more people.) A: "I'm so glad you were able to make it to the party, John!" B: "Me too, I had a wonderful time. Thank you for inviting me!" That was such a fun double date. Thank you guys for inviting us!
See also: inviting, thank

Thank you for inviting me.

 and Thank you for inviting us.; Thank you for having me.; Thank you for having us.
a polite expression said to a host or hostess on departure. Mary: Good-bye, glad you could come. Bill: I had a great time. Thank you for inviting me. John: I had a good time. Thank you for inviting me. Sally: Come back again, John. It was good talking to you.
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If anyone had asked, they would have discovered that my reasons for working for Allard and inviting him to present the award were complex and meaningful.
And it would be grossly hyperbolic to assert that the organizers of the Bilderberg Conference can control the outcome of a presidential election merely by inviting promising politicos to attend their meetings.
He said: "If it looks bad us inviting them over it probably looks equally bad us going over to see them."
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We educate by inviting a guest speaker who addresses the theme the selected culture has chosen.
ACA has prepared a Congressional Tool Kit, a step-by-step guide to inviting your elected officials and the media to visit your camp this summer.
Before reaching the question of qualified immunity, the Supreme Court first considered whether the underlying action of inviting the media to enter private premises [7] to observe the execution of a warrant amounted to a constitutional violation.
Don't underestimate the power of inviting someone to partake in one of the most essential practices of life: chowing down!
As if inviting the visual joke, "Where's Karl?", this fine collection of essays published in the last twenty years invites the same question intellectually.
Dev had earlier confirmed he had received a call from PTI inviting him to Imran's swearing-in event, and had said he would attend the ceremony if formally invited.
ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad High Court (IHC) has reserved judgment on the maintainability of petition filed against inviting British General as special guest in passing out parade at PMA Kakul .
Washington, August 1 ( ANI ): Google after inviting more than 6,000 people to buy and try its controversial wearable computing device Google Glass in its Explorer program has reportedly allowed some of the owners to invite their friends to become part of the program.
We think it's the same as inviting the Chinese ambassador after Tiananmen Square or the South African ambassador during apartheid."