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    maoyueh is offline Member
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    welcome someone to do something ?

    "I'd like to welcome you to visit us next spring."

    Is the above sentence natural? If not, what is a better way to say the same thing? Thank you so much.

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    JMurray is offline Key Member
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    Re: welcome someone to do something ?

    not a teacher

    For me, it's not natural.
    Possibly:
    "I'd like to invite you to visit us next spring".
    or
    "You are welcome to visit us next spring".

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