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'You're welcome' vs. 'You are welcome'


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'You're welcome' vs. 'You are welcome' #16 (permalink) Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:04 am   'You're welcome' vs. 'You are welcome'
 

You are right that one is an abbreviation of the other, but the question you quote didn't ask about 'You're welcome' and 'You are welcome'.
It asked about '... welcome' and '... welcomed'.
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'You're welcome' vs. 'You are welcome' #17 (permalink) Tue Aug 14, 2012 20:50 pm   'You're welcome' vs. 'You are welcome'
 

Hello Mushfiq,

To the best of my knowledge you can use you are welcome or you're welcome at your pleasure.

Yes, it is an abbreviation of the verb 'to be'

Singular

I am =I'm
You are = you're
He is = he's
She is =she's
it is =it's

Plural

We are = we're
You are = you're
They are = they're

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P.s: Sorry Bez ,I didn't notice that you had answered before me.
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