welcome + your second visit

singsing

Senior Member
Korean
Hello,
If I wanted to welcome someone who is visiting for the second time,
how can I say it in one sentence?
The best I could think of was:
"It will be your second visit to ~. Welcome!"
Is there any way I can combine the two (welcome + your second visit)?
 
  • .synq

    Member
    English (Ireland)
    If you know this person it would be kind of strange to use this structure, though.
    Is it someone you know? You wouldn't really mention if it is their second time if you do.
    The usual way to greet someone would just be "Welcome" but if you /need/ to say it, Owlman's way would be perfect!
     

    singsing

    Senior Member
    Korean
    If you know this person it would be kind of strange to use this structure, though.
    Is it someone you know? You wouldn't really mention if it is their second time if you do.
    The usual way to greet someone would just be "Welcome" but if you /need/ to say it, Owlman's way would be perfect!
    I see. Thanks. Just wanted to know if there's a way to say those two in a single sentence:) I love wordreference!
     
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