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Welcome in French?
In French there are TWO ways of saying WELCOME. The first way is to accept somebody which is 'BONJOUR!' The other way you say after someone told you thanks which is 'DE RIEN'.
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Answer . Not sure, so just right 'Bonjour'! Which means hello! Same thing!.
I would use the French word ' Bienvenue' to mean welcome. Bonjour means 'good day' Bonjour actually means hello!
bienvenue bienvenu (masculine) bienvenue (feminine)
You can say, "de rien," "pas de problÃ¨me," or "il n'y a pas de quoi,".
you're welcome (response to "thank you") -> de rien
de rien; also - pas du tout (and) il n'y a pas de quoi [der hree-en] [pa do to] [eel nee-ah pa de kwa]
bienvenu - be-en-vin-ou
il n'y a pas de quoi (from google translate) je vous en prie-formal je t'en prie-causal it won't turn out exactly as you're welcome in a translator, but it's used the same wa…y
your welcome - votre accueil you're welcome - vous Ãªtes bienvenu