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  1. B45
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    Someone said to me: You are always welcome to Canada. Is that ok?

    Someone said to me:

    You are always welcome to Canada.

    Is that ok?

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    Re: Someone said to me: You are always welcome to Canada. Is that ok?

    **** I am not a teacher ****

    It looks OK.

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    Re: Someone said to me: You are always welcome to Canada. Is that ok?

    It doesn't work for me. You could say "in Canada" or "to visit Canada".

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