Is there any difference between invite to and invite for in terms of usage and meaning?
For example: invite someone to lunch, dinner, a party, or a meeting but invite them for a drink or a meal
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You're invited to a specific event, and you're invited for actions, objects, or activities that will be present at said event.
You're invited to a party, you're invited for cake and ice-cream.
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