Translation:ठीक है, नमस्ते।
Yes, नमस्ते (Namaste) can be used to welcome as well as to depart from a conversation or an interaction. It is like the French "Salut", which is also used to greet and depart.
नमस्ते is used mostly in formal conversations. You will not find the use of नमस्ते too often in casual Hindi.
Hope this helps!
Something like फिर मिलेंगे (we'll meet again). Also, if you are taking leave from someone's house etc, you can simply say चलता /चलती हूँ (I'll leave) or आता/आती हूँ. आता हूँ actually means 'I'll come' literally but it's used in the sense that you are going to leave now and then return in the future. In most of India, English 'Bye' or 'ta ta' are also pretty common.
Its wrong I am a native speaker, bye is Alvida/ अलविदा Namaste is just an expression to bow down with hands joined. Namaste (Namas + te) is derived from Sanskrit and is a combination of the word namas and the second person dative pronoun in its enclitic form, te. ... This implies being open to the person being greeted and sometimes when “namaste” is said to God it refers to bowing or adoration. Which could be done/said anytime meeting or leaving, but Alvida is the exact word for BYE. You may check google translate. Report it.
I am a native hindi speaker. Just checking the app how it teaches Hindi. Sounds like hindi for robots. the word Tu(you) is highly informal and rude. The sounds are also not exact. They haven't done proper homework unfortunately. Now I am wondering, if a am learning other languages right??? A language is a lifestyle, it is much more than just words and sentences.
I think you are being too harsh on Hindi.
Hindi was added just a year ago and it is far better than before. I am not neglecting the fact that it is still having some issues. But other courses are very polished, as they are on Duolingo from the beginning.(as far as my experience with French goes)
I agree with you, this course is not good. I have been trying to learn this language for a year now but when trying to use it in basic conversation with other beginners (who go to university/have a tutor) I fail immediately. Duo does not teach the basic expressions of today.
When expressing this here, someone working for Duo (obviously) replied that "this course is not a phrase book". What nonsense!! What's the point of studying a language if you cannot use it??!!