Bienvenue (chez moi) : Welcome (to my home)
In Quebec, bienvenue can also mean the same thing as de rien (you're welcome). Note that it isn't normally used this way elsewhere.
- Merci beaucoup ! - Bienvenue ! -Thanks a lot! -You're welcome! (Quebec only)
Vous êtes le bienvenu : You are welcome (to a place)
When used as a noun or adjective, bienvenu must agree in gender and number. The greeting, bienvenue (welcome), is always invariable.

Tu es le bienvenu, la bienvenue You are welcome (addressing a man / a woman)

Vous êtes bienvenues chez moi You are welcome at my place (addressing a group of female guests)

  • "Gérard Therrien : Victor, bienvenue à l’AIGF."
  • "Bienvenue dans l’ascenseur !"
  • "Thierry : Bienvenue !"
  • "Si vous ne connaissez rien à l’art, et que vous avez beaucoup d’argent, vous êtes le bienvenu."
  • "Jeanine : Bienvenue à la piscine, Victor !"
  • "La présentatrice : Bonjour, bienvenue à ..."
  • "Vous êtes tous les bienvenus !"
  • "Humains et extraterrestres bienvenus !"

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