To invite over somebody (or invite somebody over) is to ask them if they would like to visit you at your home.
To invite around / round somebody or invite somebody around / round has the same meaning.
Examples of use:
1. James invited us over for tea and cakes.
2. Why don’t you invite your boss over for a meal on Friday?
3. I have been invited around to Emma’s house.
4. Whenever his parents are away he invites his friends over for a party!
5. We would like to invite you round to our house but our kitchen isn’t finished.
|present simple||invite over and invites over|
|-ing form||inviting over|
|past simple||invited over|
|past participle||invited over|
Can you think of any ways to use the phrasal verb ‘invite over‘ in a sentence?
Who do you invite over to your home?
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