How to say we're having some guests over this evening. in Japanese

1)今晩今晩(konban) (n-adv,n-t) tonight/this eveningお(o) (int) oh!/polite prefix to the next word客(kyaku) (n) guest/visitor/customer/client/shopper/spectator/audience/tourist/sightseer/passengerさんさん(san) (suf) mr, mrs, miss or ms/honorific used with occupational titlesを(wo) (prt) indicates direct object of action/indicates subject of causative expression/indicates an area traversed/indicates time over which action takes place/indicates point of departure or separation of action/indicates object of desire, like, hate,招待招待(shoutai) (n,vs,adj-no) invitationし(shi) (num) 10^24/septillion/quadrillionているている(teiru) (v) an "ing" form of the previous verb。(。) Japanese period "."    
konban o kyaku sanwo shoutai shiteiru 。
Grammer form日常会話 (Casual form)Casual form (nichijoukaiwa)
everyday casual language, commonly used between friends and family.
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