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Edustation's blog > Ways to Say 'Goodbye'

Ways to Say 'Goodbye'

Added by Tomasz H. 30 June 2015 in category: English, Lexicon


So long!

Not very common. You may find it in news headlines.



A cool, casual way to say goodbye. Follow 'Later!' with something like: 'mate', 'bro', 'dude' or 'man'.


The most common way to say goodbye in English. You can say "'Bye" to anyone you know, from friends to coworkers to clients.


Bye! Bye!

Usually used by children and adults say it when speaking to children.


All right then!

Not very common phrase. Very relaxed and colloquial.


See you later!

Used with almost anyone. You're saying goodbye to someone in person. Talking to someone on the phone? Use 'Talk to you later'.


Have a good one!

It means have a good day. You sound relaxed and friendly when you use it.



Take care!

Formal, but less than 'Have a good day'.



Quite formal and very emotional-sounding. Don't use it often, because it sounds if you're never going to see each other again.



Most formal and popular ways to say goodbye to someone.


Have a good day!

Use when you're not very close with someone.




Very casual. Popular from culture and hip-hop music.


Catch you later

The meaning like 'See you later' but use if you want to be super-casual.


Smell you letter

Veeeery casual, usually said by silly uncle his nephews.


I'm out!

Also Connected with hip-hop culture.


Foreign-language (often used by English speakers)


From Italian, casual.


From Spanish, sounds stylish.

Au revoir

From French, also sounds stylish.

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