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For third person we use "s"at the end the word for example : I sing. You sing. He sings. same way : 1st person :I welcome you all . 3rd person : He welcome you all or should it be He welcomes you all

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    It follows the pattern; it should be He welcomes you all. – J.R. Nov 28 '16 at 9:55
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Yes! We use 's' or 'es' at the end of the verbs with third person singular pronouns, such as se/she/it. For example: He does, She hears, It goes etc. So, "He welcomes you all" is grammatically correct.

  • In the same way it should be "your organisation welcome you all" - correct? – EngFan Dec 1 '16 at 6:38

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