"Bienvenue les enfants !"
Isn't "les enfants" The children? Why is this not, Welcome the children?
In English we drop the article ( le / la / les ) where as the French keep it in because we don't use it to define masculine / feminine nouns.
I don't think it's ever bienvenu. I don't think bienvenu is a french word.
I thought there were four forms for welcome, namely, bienvenu to welcome a man, bienvenue to welcome a woman, bienvenues to welcome a group of women, and bienvenus to welcome a group of men or a mixed group of men and women. Isn't that true?