3. Inviting a Friend to a Birthday Party

1. Repeat

A: Hey, Robert, what are you doing this weekend?

B: I didn't have any big plans.

A: We are putting together a birthday party for Mary.

B: That sounds like fun. Where will it be?

A: We thought it would be fun to have a pool party at Jay's house.

B: Oh good! Can I bring anything?

A: We will be providing hot dogs, hamburgers, and cake, but people can bring side dishes.

B: I am assuming that the dress is casual.

A: Dress casually and bring your bathing suit!

B: Wonderful. Just e-mail me the time and date and I'll be there.


2. Repeat


A: Robert, do you have plans for the weekend?

B: I have nothing definite planned.

A: Saturday is Mary's birthday, and we are throwing her a party.

B: Sure, I could come to her party. Where are you going to have it?

A: It's going to be a pool party at Jay's apartment building.

B: That sounds like fun. Is it a potluck?

A: We would like for people to help us by bringing side dishes and drinks.

B: The dress will be casual then?

A: Make sure to bring your bathing suit, and dress casually.

B: Sounds great. Just drop me an e-mail with the time you've picked.


3. Repeat


A: Robert, are you going to be in town this weekend?

B: I don't have anything scheduled yet.

A: We were wondering if you would like to come to Mary's birthday party on Saturday.

B: I would enjoy coming to Mary's party. Will it be at your house?

A: The party will be at Jay's house out by the pool.

B: Will everyone be pitching in with some food?

A: It would be great if you could bring a side dish, but the rest of the food will be provided.

B: What should we wear?

A: This is a pool party, so make sure to bring your bathing suit.

B: Sounds like we'll have a great time. When you've figured out the details, drop me an e-mail.


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