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Which one is correct?

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Hi Julie & Ethan,

You asked:
Which one is correct?

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Others are welcome to contact us by phone.
The second one is correct.
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IMO both
 Englishuser's reply was promoted to an answer.
Only the latter is OK in your context.

Explanation:

I was welcomed. = I was received gladly. / I was greeted after I arrived.
I was welcome. = I was a welcome guest, I was invited... i.e. My arrival was expected with pleasure. Note: I didn't have to arrive at all in this case.

EDIT: Missed Englishuser's post.
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Now that the original post has been altered, I agree that the second one is the only correct.
I think the second sentence is better.

Such as: My aunt welcomed me------ past sents,

They are welcomed the idea with little interset.

You are always welcome in my home----- now sents.

You are welcome to tey, but you won't succed.

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When someone thanks you is it grammatically correct to say you're welcome or you're welcomed?
Hi,
When someone thanks you is it grammatically correct to say you're welcome or you're welcomed?
The standard phrase is 'You're welcome'.

Generally speaking, what to say, or even whether to say anything, after you are thanked depends on the culture in which you live.

Best wishes, Clive
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