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We're having a party tonight that I wouldn't miss.

Is this correct English?

Is it OK to say 'we're' when it's a party at my workplace?

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anonymousIs it OK to say 'we're' when it's a party at my workplace?

Yes. If you and your colleagues at work are hosting the party, it's "we". If only you are hosting the party and just using your workplace as the venue, it's "I".

anonymousWe're having a party tonight that I wouldn't miss.

What you wrote is grammatical, but I think you are trying to say this:

We're having a party tonight, and I wouldn't miss it if I were you.

CJ

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Yes, a long as yoru listener understands what you mean.

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CalifJimYes. If you and your colleagues at work are hosting the party, it's "we". If only you are hosting the party and just using your workplace as the venue, it's "I".

It's the owner of my company who are arranging the party. I'm just meeting up. Can I say "we're"?

CalifJimWhat you wrote is grammatical, but I think you are trying to say this:We're having a party tonight, and I wouldn't miss it if I were you.

More context:

"I'm driving to my workplace."

"Your workplace?"

"Yes. We're having a party tonight that I wouldn't miss."

Thanks.

anonymousIt's the owner of my company who are is arranging the party. I'm just meeting up. Can I say "we're"?

You can.

anonymous

More context:

"I'm driving to my workplace."

"Your workplace?"

"Yes. We're having a party tonight that I wouldn't miss."

You need this:

... that I don't want to miss.

CJ

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