Thanks for the welcome

hamlet

Senior Member
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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