Reply Mon 19 Oct, 2015 12:43 am
1. We are here to welcome him.
2. They are there to meet you.
3. The students are in the field to see that.
4. We are at home to entertain him.

Do you think that the sentences stated above are correct? Or do they sound natural? Are there alternative way to express these sentences?

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