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Explanation: co = pronunciation close to 'jo'
co zo = to welcome
ba = polite particle for positive statement
deh = positive statement ending for colloquial style
if in literary style, use 'i'.
However, "co zo ba deh" or "co zo ba i" is used in formal occasions only -- like welcoming foreign state officials, or foreign guests (at a hotel) etc.