the usage of welcome as opposed to welcomed.


which sentence is correct in the use of welcome or welcomed?

Thank you john and you are most welcomed. OR..... Thank you John and you are most welcome.

See example:

You are most welcomed.
asked May 03 '13 at 18:37 Walshin Investigations New member

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In this context, 'welcome' is an adjective. It can also be used as a noun, verb, or an exclamation. The only time it would have the '-ed' ending is when it is a verb.


 You are most welcome.



We received a warm welcome.



We welcomed the guests into the house.



Welcome! Please come in.

link comment answered May 03 '13 at 19:08 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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