welcome to + n. + to do something

Michelle Green

Senior Member
Chinese
Hi all,
Can I say "welcome to + n. + to do something"? Is it grammatically right?
For example:
Welcome to our website to seek and explore the truths in the Bible together with us.
Thank you!
 
  • PaulQ

    Senior Member
    UK
    English - England
    Is it grammatically right?
    The first "to" is correct, but the second one is wrong. A preposition + verb cannot be used at all in this position. You need to restructure the sentence with words that form the introduction to a relative clause referencing "website"
     

    rickelle

    New Member
    Spanish
    No Michelle, this is not correct, but it is correct to say:
    Welcome to our website, where you can seek and explore the truths in the Bible together with us.
     
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