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I "want to or wanted to" personally invite you to the conference scheduled from oct 3 - 4 at "some resort", new york. If both are correct, then what is the difference between them?
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Months and state/city names should be capitalized. Please type your submissions more carefully, Radhakrishnan, because otherwise we do not know what your actual problems are.
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I personally want to invite you to the user conference scheduled from November 14 - 16 at Hudson Resorts, New York.

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I personally wanted to invite you to the user conference scheduled from November 14 - 16 at Hudson Resorts, New York.

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I personally wanted to invite you to the user conference being held at Hudson Resorts, New York, from November 14 - 16.
I would like to invite you personally to the user conference November 14th to 16th at Hudson Resorts, New York.

I just want/wanted to let you know how much it means to me to have someone like you praying for me. Should it be want or wanted?

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ladder air 113I just want/wanted to let you know how much it means to me

Both are OK.

Hello! To my mind, both variants are possible, because they are often used in everyday conversations.