Sounds like "Chao"
It's the same word really. Italian spells it differently. But Spanish uses it too. In some Spanish speaking countries they use it. Others don't.
When in Spanish, it is spelled "Chao" usually. It is also used mostly in Peru and Argentina when it is used in Spanish.
And the Germans. :)
yes, look like italian
Cuz it comes from Italian.
comes from Latin
Actually not. It comes from Venetian dialect
Portuguese has Adeus, but in a sense of “we'll never more see either one”
Also in Spanish, so it's better to say "Hasta luego".
Is "bye bye" still in use, compared to "Bye" or it's a bit too old?
To me, it sounds like something a small child would say. There are definitely still people who use it, especially over the phone, but it's not as common as "bye."
I hear it a lot in southern US but like many other things that are said in the southern US, I would only day them when I'm there
bye bye, but said more like "buh-bye," is also classic Pittsburgh.
Casi identico al español :)
goodbye works too
Why is the "t" silent?
Isn't silent, in portuguese "ch" sounds like "sh" in English. If hasn't the "t" would sounds "shau". Sorry for my english
It has the same sound of Ciao in italian, but Ciao means Hello
Ciao also means goodbye in Italian, as well as arrivederci, however that is more formal.
I wrote Hello and it is wrong. Why? Is Tschau used only when you go away?
Hello is Olá, such as Hi is Oi, Tchau means “(good)bye”
I thought it was chau not tchau
In Portuguese, the correct spelling is "tchau".
Sounds like "Ceau" in romanian !