free to join or free for joining ?

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aioz

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thai
When i'm asking my mates to join the party, which one is correct?

anyone who is free to join the party?
or
anyone who is free for joining the party?
 
  • lucas-sp

    Senior Member
    English - Californian
    But the first one isn't a proper question either. The proper question would be "Is anyone free?"

    I think both "free to join" and "free for joining" could be used in a casual situation.
     

    rhitagawr

    Senior Member
    British English
    lucas_sp's right. My apologies to everyone for misreading the sentence. I'd say "Is anyone free to join the party?"
     
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