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He wants to talk friendly with her. ( after point you need a space ) She looks like too ( too is negative, it is better to say " So" ) happy. ( space ) He will invite to ( " to" is extra ) her somewhere (put point at the end of the sentence. )
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He wants to talk friendly with her. She looks like so happy. He will invite her somewhere.
Çok teşekkür ederim....:)
'too' is not negative, it is used for emphasis.
Oxford English Dictionary definition; adverb, meaning 'to a greater extent than is desirable or permissable; used colloquially (slang) as 'very'; in addition; moreover.
After a full stop (point as you called it) there are two spaces before you begin a new sentence. Only one space after a comma, or other punctuation mark.
'To' is part of the verb and always precedes a verb. For example 'to go' 'to have' 'to ask' etc.
As you are only 'learning' English I do not think you should be correcting on here. I am a retired teacher of English.
He wants to talk friendly with her.She looks like too happy.He will invite to her somewhere.
He wants to have a friendly talk with her. She looks very happy. May be he will invite her to go somewhere.
He would like to have a friendly talk with her. She is looking very happy. Perhaps he would like to invite (this is the verb) her somewhere.
Be careful with your verbs, they are usually preceded by the word 'to', the full verb is 'to have.......' 'to invite...' 'to go...'
'She looks like too happy' is ungrammatical and slang.
Your last sentence needed the verb 'to go' without it the sentence is not complete.