Find the letter that corresponds with a sentence error in the below:

(A) I take great pleasure

(B) to welcome you

(C) to this institution.

(D) No error.

I think the error is in (B), and would change it to in welcoming you. Some books says there is no error. What is correct?

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    Your question has been edited a couple of times for clarity now. Please review it to make sure that it reads as you'd intended it to. Jul 28 '18 at 20:45

The answer is indeed "to welcome you" (b).

I take great pleasure in welcoming you.

is a correct sentence (see here for example) and the correct choice out of the other choices there. But anyway I'm not sure how this sentence is common in the spoken English language.

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