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You're welcome VS You are welcome "You're welcome to come and see the flat tomorrow " Is it correct?
7 окт. 2012 г., 13:41
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Both are correct and mean the same, but in terms of writing, it is obligatory to make a complete sentence. Example :- ''You are welcome'' and not ''you're welcome'' even if they have similar meaning.
7 октября 2012 г.
They are the same, so you can use either and you'll be correct/you will be correct!
7 октября 2012 г.
Tom Even
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