I have never used either phrase, but for general usage I should think that either would be acceptable.Munamoor said:Can I ask you out for dinner ?
do we say for dinner or to dinner, which one is correct ?
Celador said:How about:
- I invited her to dine (with me).
I'd grudgingly advise "to", but would rather you rephrased it to "Our dinner guests loved the turkey."Hi.
Which one is the best choice?
The people we invited to dinner loved the turkey.
The people we invited for dinner loved the turkey.
Thanks in advance.
Invite somebody for dinner reminds me of that notorious African ruler who had 12 ministers to dinner and one for dinner, served with rice and celery.