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Hailey
Dear English speakers. 1. Do you think you can say "You're very welcome." when someone say "Thank you." to you? 2. "You're most welcome!" is more formal than "Welcome!", "Welcome, come on in!" ?
Feb 10, 2008 3:50 AM
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oh,I get it.
February 20, 2008
Yes you got it, but for #2. Saying Welcome Come on in! ; is said more often, please try not to use "Your Most Welcome", because its only said when someone is thanking you. ~segiterrus
February 16, 2008
Any of those will do. Don't get too twisted up about it. ahaha
February 10, 2008
You can use them all , none is more formal then the other , it is just more polite or neater to add "most'" ,"very" . To say "come on in " is an invitation to come inside the place ,, so you could say "Welcome " and then add "come in " or " have a drink " or whatever the situation is .
February 10, 2008
Hailey
Language Skills
English, Japanese, Korean
Learning Language
English, Japanese