Not bad, Scott. Those are useful words to know! We just had someone stay with us for the last 6 days. They speak only Hebrew and French. It was like I was in heaven. I got to speak two of my favorite languages all day long. Alas, they have caught a flight back home today. So back to English.
By the way, French like Hebrew requires gender and number agreement. So the "bienvenu" needs an "s" at the end of it; "vous" is plural. You could have said "tu es bienvenu," without the "s."