Bienvenue en France

TwentyCent

New Member
Français de France
Bonjour, c'est mon premier message.

Je dois recevoir des clients anglais bientôt et je veux être sûr d'avoir la bonne préposition :

Bienvenue en France!

Welcome to France?
Welcome in France?
or even, Welcome at France?

Et aussi, Bienvenue à vous en France?
Welcome to you in France?
ou autre

Merci!
 
  • Thomas1

    Senior Member
    polszczyzna warszawska
    Bonjour TwentyCent et bienvenue sur le forum, :)
    Bonjour, c'est mon premier message.

    Je dois recevoir des clients anglais bientôt et je veux être sûr d'avoir la bonne préposition :

    Bienvenue en France!

    Welcome to France :tick:
    Welcome in France?
    or even, Welcome at France?

    Et aussi, Bienvenue à vous en France?
    Welcome to you in France?
    ou autre

    Merci!
    Thomas
     

    TwentyCent

    New Member
    Français de France
    Hum ok, answer from a native english

    "all of you" is for several persons
    what could it be for only one person? (welcome you or even just welcome!)
     

    brian

    Senior Member
    AmE (New Orleans)
    I'd just say: Welcome!

    If you want to be more formal, you'd have to say a full sentence, e.g. On behalf of XXX, I'd like to welcome (all of) you to France!
     

    Thomas1

    Senior Member
    polszczyzna warszawska
    Mmmm..... selon moi, no. Peut-être:

    Welcome all of you.
    Welcome one and all.

    Mais la forme la plus naturelle pour moi serait simplement: Welcome (to France)! :)
    Are you sure welcome to you is not used, Brian?

    I think I have come across this formulation in native English speakers. Though, I agree a simple Welcome to France! seems the best option.

    Tom
     

    brian

    Senior Member
    AmE (New Orleans)
    Are you sure welcome to you is not used, Brian?

    I think I have come across this formulation in native English speakers. Though, I agree a simple Welcome to France! seems the best option.

    Tom
    With "welcome" as a verb, I've never heard that construction. You can, however, say: a (warm) welcome to you. Here "welcome" is a noun.
     

    TwentyCent

    New Member
    Français de France
    Okay!

    I will say,

    Mr.. (Cusomer), (my company) is pleased to welcome you to France!

    i think it will be fine

    anyway, English customers like our French accent with the little grammar mistakes which match with it! At least,I think so!

    Thank you all of you for these answers.
     
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