German SISSI , sentences end zu or su?

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In the 1955 SISSI German movie, in receiving the dignitaries, Karl-Heinz Böhm ends sentences with zu or su. I don’t know German. Can anyone tell me the sentence? Also are there transcripts of the German for the three parts?
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Vivien M

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the word is " besucht " .
Ich freue mich herzliche die deine besucht .

it means something like , i'm sincerely glad with your visit . 
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Thanks loads, friend. Obviously, I need to make an appointment with an audiologist, or, better still, start learning this beautiful language! Better late than never. Another question. The girl says "SHANE" meaning beautiful. Is that the exact pronunciation of the umlaut O (like AI OR AY IN ENGLISH)?  DANKE SCHOEN, just hunted it up to impress!
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Its." schön " / beautiful . and yes it comes with O umlaut . I suggest now that you know these words try to listen to them in Google or you tube . it's much easier .