Thanks for the welcome

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hamlet

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Français (FR)
Can you say "Thanks for the welcome"? To my ears it sounds French... yet you do say "thanks for the warm welcome", don't you?
 
  • bibliolept

    Senior Member
    AE, Español
    Yes, you can say "Thanks for the/this welcome." To be polite, you might describe it as "warm" on a more formal occasion and perhaps merely as "nice" in a more casual setting.
     

    Mina_

    Senior Member
    Turkish
    Yes, you can say "Thanks for the/this welcome." To be polite, you might describe it as "warm" on a more formal occasion and perhaps merely as "nice" in a more casual setting.
    Hi, I have a question about it.

    "Much obliged for fine welcome to this here East Lincolnshire"
    Source: Wild Bill (2019)

    How preposition "to" works in the sentence above?

    Thanks in advance
     
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