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"I can't not invite him to the party."
Is this sentence with a double negative structure grammatically correct ?
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vsraoHi,I can't invite him to the party - Grammatical EnglishI can't invite him to no party ( I think this sentence contains two negatives).Sri
The original sentence in the thread means "I must invite him." It's grammatical, as is your "I can't invite him" but they are opposite in meaning.

Your "I can't invite him to no party" is an example of a non-standard double negative. Although you wil hear these things, it means the same as your first sentence.

It's not the same meaning as "I can't not," which means, as I said above, "I must."
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Hi,
I can't invite him to the party - Grammatical English

I can't invite him to no party ( I think this sentence contains two negatives).

Sri
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Respected GG,
Thanks for your knowledge transfer. I am listening to this " I can't not" for the first time. However, thanks for your clarification in this regard.
High regards,
Sri
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