This would be said by a shopkeeper to someone coming to their
欢迎光临 huān yíng guāng lín welcome
huan ying lai dao zhong guo
歡迎. It's pronounced hwang ing.
欢迎来到中国！ huan1ying2 lai2dao4 zhong1guo2
你好 欢迎 ni hao huan ying
You say welcome to.
Chinese is one of the most widely spoken language in the world with nearly 1.2 billion speakers worldwide. The translation of the phrase welcome to my presentation on China is 'Huanying lai dao wo de zhongguo yanjiang'.
中国欢迎你 ZhongGuo HuanYing ni welcome to American = 美国欢迎你（MeiGuo HuanYing ni )
We say nal varavu for welcome in Tamilnadu. Informally, we say vaanga to welcome in Tamilnadu.
SAY: "Yokoso" (Welcome!/Welcome to here!)
No, You should say "You're Welcome" or "You are welcome" if you are reponding to someone saying thank you.
You just say you are welcome.
how do you say welcome om Xhosa
how do you say welcome in yoruba
China did not want European influences in their country
you say welcome aboard I don't know why but that seems to be the case
you say Akwaaba( which means welcome). Ghanaians normally say welcome in general. so when you want to welcome someone home, just say "Akwaaba" pronounce (A-kwa-a-ba).
Welcome, you say BUN VENIT [boon veni'te] You're welcome, you say CU PLACERE [qoo plahcereh]
You punctuate it properly and say you're welcome.
Welcome = Welkom
IN CHEROKEE the way to say "You're Welcome" is HaWa Hope this helped you :)
Vaazhga, is how you say welcome in Tamil!! Vaazhga means long live, but you can say "nalvaravu" which precisely means welcome in Tamil
you are welcome
to say you're welcome you would say 'de nada'
To say "Welcome" in Bali... you say it in Bahasa Indonesia - "Selamat Datang"
No, it was a country there where villages ancient china, but it was not a village. your welcome, internet
Bienvenue means welcome, so for welcome to, you just have to say, "Bienvenue a" --- e.g welcome to our family: Bienvenue à notre famille
bhale padharya Namasta is how you say welcome in Gujrati.
You say "you are welcome" in Ukrainian like this "Na zdorovya"
How to say welcome is Yin - Dee - Ton - Rub
Australians simply say "Welcome to Australia".
In Danish, welcome is :
welcome = "vítejte"
maeva - welcome
welcome in dzonkha
Willkommen- welcome Bitte- you're welcome and you can say hello by saying hallo. wierd huh?
You say welcome in madagascar,:tonga soa
Witaj [veetay] = welcome Witaj w... = welcome in..
muchi tendaio = you're welcome
Welcome to my house, or welcome to where ever you guys are.
welcome english is the official language
you're welcome - you're is a contraction for you are, therefore the saying is you are welcome
Welcome as a response to thank you = afwan Welcome as in welcome to my home = marhaban
"Welcome" - Kosh keldiniz