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17:42 May 16, 2003
French to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
French term or phrase: bienvenue
Souhaiter la bienvenue
Jonathan Boulet-Groulx
Japanese translation:ようこそ
Explanation:
Je vous propose ようこそ si vous voulez une expression courte et simple.

Si vous voulez une expression plus polie pour remercier les visiteurs d'etre venus, j'utilise plutot ようこそいらっしゃいました.

Sinon, une expression pour afficher 歓迎 est tres frequent.
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cocotte
France
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ようこそ


Explanation:
Je vous propose ようこそ si vous voulez une expression courte et simple.

Si vous voulez une expression plus polie pour remercier les visiteurs d'etre venus, j'utilise plutot ようこそいらっしゃいました.

Sinon, une expression pour afficher 歓迎 est tres frequent.

cocotte
France
Local time: 22:16
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
PRO pts in pair: 35
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agree  sono
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agree  xxxAyuko
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agree  Rob Albon
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agree  Minoru Kuwahara: j'ai vu une photo dans laquelle les etudiants tiennent les placards "Soyez bienvenu" quand Sartre arrive a Tokyo.
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