For example: David invites you to......... but, David would like to invite you to .......
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If the party host is one person or one organisation, use "invites". If several people or several organisations are hosting the party, use "invite".
King Todd invites you to his fabulous birthday party.
The Middleton Musical Society invites you to its annual fundraising dinner.
William and Kate invite you to their wedding reception.
The Scientific Societies of America happily invite you to their biannual awards night.
Having said all that, invitations are usually written in the passive voice.
You are cordially invited to William and Kate's wedding reception.
You're invited to King Todd's birthday!
Informally, "invite" can also be used as a noun meaning "invitation".
And the answer of your next question is depend on situation.For ex:After inviting all the guests ,I left the room.
Please,invite all the guests tonight!
Dave PhillipsIt depends on the rest of the sentence. Give us the whole sentence and we can help.For example: David invites you to......... but, David would like to invite you to .......Like for instance: Just to draw attentions to the people we invites. Is this correct?
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