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Asking people to join you for dinner

velochic | Nov 4, 201110:38 AM

What is the best way to word an invitation (verbally) to ask people to join you for dinner so that it's understood that you are requesting their company, but not necessarily offering to foot their bill?

I don't really want to get into more detail at this point, so I'm wondering if there is a neutral way of issuing an invitation without implying that you are hosting. TIA!

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