and it's the preterite form...accent over the o
also what does the "te" part mean
"Did he (or she) invite you to the party?"
"Te" is an indirect pronoun meaning "you".
In other words, "Did he (she) extend an invitation TO YOU to (attend) the party?"
You're invited to a party. You should go, tequila.
I think it means
"The/a invitation to the party"
but I am not too sure, I didn't do very good in Spanish.
I invite you to the party
"I invite you to a party."
I invite you the the celebration.
i invite u to the party
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