How do you say your welcome in England?
You punctuate it properly and say you're welcome.
Seja bem-vindo à Inglaterra ! Read More
We say nal varavu for welcome in Tamilnadu. Informally, we say vaanga to welcome in Tamilnadu. Read More
No, You should say "You're Welcome" or "You are welcome" if you are reponding to someone saying thank you. Read More
you say welcome aboard I don't know why but that seems to be the case Read More
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). Read More
to say you're welcome you would say 'de nada' Read More
Welcome, you say BUN VENIT [boon veni'te] You're welcome, you say CU PLACERE [qoo plahcereh] Read More
Vaazhga, is how you say welcome in Tamil!! Vaazhga means long live, but you can say "nalvaravu" which precisely means welcome in Tamil Read More
We don't normally use welcoming words in everyday speech. But in a formal speech to greet visitors one would say "Welcome to Manchester" or wherever. But if people came to your house you would say "Hello. Nice to see you. Won't you please come in" Read More
Australians simply say "Welcome to Australia". Read More
You say "you are welcome" in Ukrainian like this "Na zdorovya" Read More
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IN CHEROKEE the way to say "You're Welcome" is HaWa Hope this helped you :) Read More
You say welcome in madagascar,:tonga soa Read More