You are [very warm] welcome in

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New Member
English - Aus
My dad just open his own business. One of the signs he has are the trading hours and along side it has the sentence 'You are very warm welcome in.'

Does it sound correct?

Or should it just be 'You are welcome in'
  • velisarius

    Senior Member
    British English (Sussex)
    No, they don't work I'm afraid.

    Since the store (?) has only just opened for business, I think this would be appropriate:

    Now open for business. Welcome!

    Edit: Welcome to the forum, by the way!:)


    Senior Member
    English - England
    Welcome to the forum.

    'You are very warm welcome in.' :cross: This is grammatically incorrect.
    'You are welcome in.' :cross:
    'You are welcome inside.' :tick: But there's really no need to say this on a sign - it should be obvious that customers are welcome.

    Crossed with velisarius - whose suggestion is a good one.
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