Welcome to / welcome at

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there were some questions about the "welcome to/in", but I have another query about "welcome at". Is it always "welcome to", or is the "welcome at" also correct in some situations. Is there a difference when saying "welcome" if the visitor is literally in the place or when just virtually welcomed: for egzample message recorded on a company's voice system - would it be "welcome to company's name" or "welcome at company's name" - ?
  • Tegs

    Mód ar líne
    English (Ireland)
    You can use "welcome at" in phrases like:

    You are always welcome at my house

    You can't use it for welcome to a company - that would always be Welcome to Microsoft! (or whatever the name of the company)
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