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Greeting in Arabic

Does "اهلا بك " express heartily greeting?How do you say in Arabic when you welcome someone whom you have waited for?

For learning: Arabic
Base language: Arabic
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    " اهلا بك" او يمكنك استعمال "مرحبا بك "

    you can say أهلاً وسهلاُ

    You can either say أهلا و سهلا
    or مرحبا

    and adding يا to each of them sounds more warm and used usually with people u know ( someone you have been waiting for ) because without يا is very formal and rarely used with people u know

    يا مرحبا
    يا اهلا و سهلا

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