Ask over / round – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To ask somebody over (or ask somebody round) is to invite them to come to your house.

Examples of use:

1. Janet and Anthony have asked us over for a meal.

2. We asked our neighbours over for a barbecue last weekend.

3. Gaby and Jared seem very nice. Why don’t you ask them round for drinks?

ask over / round
present simple
ask over / round or asks over / round
-ing form
asking over / round
past simple
asked over / round
past participle
asked over / round

Can you write a sentence with the phrasal verb ‘ask over‘?

Have you asked somebody over to your house?

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