"Yes, goodbye!"

Translation:Da, la revedere!

October 11, 2017

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I guess my problem here is to know what's the big difference between saying goodbye and bye, which I would essentially use for the same thing...

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    Isn't "bye" the informal way of speaking?


    Yes, "goodbye" is more formal, though it can also be used informally. If you are speaking to someone you would address as "sir/ma'am" use "Goodbye" For a close friend you would address by given name or nickname either is correct, though I expect "bye" is more common.

    Perhaps the Romanian is similar in this respect.


    we have just learned that pa=goodbye, so it should be accepted


    Is it just me, or is the speaker pronouncing "revedere" with 5 syllables?


    why does it matter so much if you use 'la revedere' vs 'pa' like I get that one is more formal, but it's just. la revedere is more like saying 'i hope to see you again' it's not.. goodbye... and i feel so angst


    Because Duo doesn't have a summary or targeted way of reviewing, it's hard to sort out confusion.


    Pa pe curĂ¢nd/ Pa/ La revedere Is Duolingo's use of these completely consistent,?


    "la revedere" means "see you again", "goodbye" doesn't imply they will meet again


    My new favorite word is sebastian from the Romanian language. What a beautiful word with such lovely connotations.


    Why is ciao not accepted?

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