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Which sentence is correct?

They made me feel very welcome.

They made me feel very welcomed.
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They welcomed me with great ceremony, but I didn't really feel very welcome because of their snobbish attitude.
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Both are understandable. This is the expected: They made me feel very welcome.
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They made me feel welcomed
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anonymous Which sentence is correct?
They made me feel very welcome.
They made me feel very welcomed.
They made me feel very welcome.
welcomed
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They made me feel very welcomed. This sounds like it is talking about the process of welcoming me.

eg They gave me hugs and kisses.

eg They gave me gifts.

eg They arranged a big party with me as the guest of honour.

They made me feel very welcome. This describes how I felt after they did all that. This is the normal expression.

"Welcomed" is the correct answer because it is past tense.

They made me feel..past tense, already happened.

If you say, "You always welcome me.", that is correct. Future. "You always welcomed me." Past , already happened.