A: Oh, Armand, thank you for such a thoughtful invitation! It's really very nice of you to invite us over for dinner. Don't you think so, Ellen?
B: Oh, yes of course! We'd love to come over. Can I bring anything?
C: No, don't worry about it. I'll take care of everything. I'll see you tonight. Come with an appetite.
B: I don't want to go over to his place for dinner. He gives me the creeps. Why on earth did you accept?
A: Oh, come on, Ellen. It will be nice to get to know him. Besides, he's new to the neighborhood and it would be rude to decline his invitation.
B: I guess so. You always rope me into things like this.
C: Ladies, thank you for coming. You look delicious, I mean beautiful. Please come in.
A: Oh, Armand! You're too kind.
B: How did I get myself into this?
It's very thoughtful of you to do..
She's a very thoughtful lady.
It's very thoughtful of you to pick me up at the station.
issue an invitation發出邀請
accept an invitation接受邀請
turn down/decline an invitation
It's very nice of you to do...
It's very nice of you to show me around the city.
It's nice of you to say so.
The dinner smells so good. It's giving me an appetite.
I'm getting sick. I have a fever and I've lost my appetite.
give sb the creeps
The horror movie gives me the creeps.
Stop saying it! You're giving me the creeps.
What on earth are you doing?
How on earth did you pass the exam in one month?
rope sb into sth
He roped me into going out for a drink after work.
He roped me into lending him my car.
How on earth did I get into such a ridiculous situation?