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I have invited or I have been invited which one the correct
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They have invited us

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Both are correct.

See the usage below.

I have invited John for my sister's wedding. (verb is in active voice; that is the subject is doing the action.)
I have been invited by John for the party this evening. (verb is in passive voice; that is the subject is not actor.)
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They have invited us
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I have invited for the Global QLP Summit from 13th March to 15th March, 2019.


Please find the below invite and I request your approval to attend the summit.

Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.

Consider this simple example.

Tom says to Mary, "Hi Mary, would you like to go shopping?

We can talk about this in various ways.

eg Tom has invited Mary to go shopping. (Active Voice)

eg Mary has been invited to go shopping by Tom. (Passive Voice)

eg Tom gave Mary an invitation to go shopping.

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Now let's correct your text.

I have been invited to the Global QLP Summit from 13th March to 15th March, 2019.


Please find the invitation below. I request your approval to attend the summit.

Clive

I have been suffering in speaking english sometimes i try to write some short story then i feel how would i write
hamadresh I have invited or I have been invited which one the correct
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?

Please don't add posts that contain nothing but a quotation of the original question. It adds nothing to the discussion to ask the same thing again, especially when the answer has already been given.

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CJ