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¿invitó ir o invitó a ir?



In lesson 9.4, we have this sentence--
Mauricio me invitó ir al cine. (Mauricio invited me to the cinema.)

Two questions:
1. Should it be Mauricio me invitó a ir al cine? (adding a before ir)
2. Could it be Mauricio me invitó al cine? (without ir, as we say it in English)
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Hi Fg109, 

Thank you for your feedback, and you are correct, the two options provided 

Mauricio me invitó ir al cine.
Mauricio me invitó al cine.

Are both accurate. 

I have forwarded the message so the sentence can be corrected in the lesson as soon as possible. 

Kind Regards!



I want to raise that this still hasn't been corrected / clarified, and caused me some confusion.

I'm glad to see there's at least a forum response on it.


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