Why does the voice say "pascali"?
Because Pa is an abreviation of the unit 'pascals'
Fun fact: In Serbian/ Croatian "pa pa" is how children say bye bye :)
In Germany is "Papa" your Dad
Why does the voice say "pascali"? It is quite annoying.
Shouldn't "la revedere" be accepted?
"La revedere" is formal and is the translation for "Good-bye". "Pa-pa" is the acurate translation for "bye-bye" and is not formal, is something what kids would say.
shouldn't ciao also be accepted?
"Ciao" is taken from Italians, it is not grammaticaly correct but you can also say it.
How do kids say "daddy"?