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namlan

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Vietnam
- I want to work at a place where I am warmest welcomed.

- Instead of this, can I say "..............where I receive the warmest welcome."?

Thanks a lot!

NamLan
 
  • namlan

    Banned
    Vietnam
    Dear cyberpedant and you guys!

    - So "I want to work for a place where I am most warmly welcomed" is better, right?

    Thanks a lot!

    NamLan
     

    Trisia

    Senior Member
    Romanian
    Hi, NamLan.

    I think you work in/at a place, not for a place.

    It's correct to say "most warmly welcomed," but I think you don't necessarily need the word "most."
     

    AngelEyes

    Senior Member
    English - United States
    NamLan,

    You could say:

    "I want to work at a place where I receive the warmest welcome."

    "I want to work at a place where I am most warmly welcomed."


    The way I'm most familiar with this type of expression is:

    "I want to work (at,in a place/for a company) where I feel most welcomed."

    AngelEyes
     
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