Fill in with preposition :

(i) I invited him __ a dinner.

I invited him _for_ a dinner

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for

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shruti is right

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I  invited him at  a dinner.

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I invited him for a dinner.

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for

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For ,To

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'for' is the preposition
 
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It can be to and for both if it is informal . But for will be clearer.
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For.
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I invited him for a dinner
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I invited him _for_ a dinner
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I invited him for a dinner.
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i invited him on a dinner
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For
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I invited him to a dinner
To is the answer
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At
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To
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I INVITED HIM FOR A DINNER
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I invited him for a dinner
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I invited him TO a dinner
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Your answer is FOR
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