All Are Welcomed Or All Are Welcome
Is it correct to say that everyone is accepted or everyone is accepted? Please refer. 3
I never thought about it, but I thought it would be true, because reception can be used as a noun or a verb. I thought the dictionary would be my only reference.
As others have pointed out, both are relevant in context. However, he did not lose sight of the real wording of his question. I think you posted to find out what was right on the poster of each event.
You can use them all if I'm fine. Welcome.
Both fit different situations.
Welcome is a simple past tense when used in this sentence. For example, I welcome everyone to a meeting. Or all are accepted in me.
Welcome is a verb or, in your case, an adjective. Does not matter. A great example. Or you could say that when they are free they can come to dinner together.
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Is it correct to say that everyone is accepted or everyone is accepted? Provide a reference.
Everyone is welcome to use it as a verb and welcome as an adjective, so it depends on what you mean by that.
You need context. Depending on what you mean, anyone can be fine ...