January 16, 2013Justin33 CommentsFluency Essentials, slang, Vocabulary How many ways do you know how to say “goodbye” in English? Do you abuse and overuse them? This is your chance to expand your repertoire of farewells with a lesson on the 26 most dynamic, fun, and essential ways to say goodbye in the English language.
用英文说再见你会若干种方式？你是否滥用或过分重复用某些方式？扩大告辞方式的时机来了，本文用26种生动、有趣而又不失真切的方式告诉你在 英语语言中若何隧道地作别！,Let’s face it, “goodbyes” are complicated, they are full of difficult to convey thoughts and emotions, subtle messages and pressures, and they are often pretty important. It’s awkward in your native tongue, but in a second language it can be painful.
面临事实吧，“作别”是很庞大的行为，它们在转达头脑情绪、潜在的字面信息和压力感时充满了难题，但它们又是那么的主要。当你用自己的母语作别时你感应很难为，然则用第二语言作别让你加倍痛苦。,It’s one of the most fundamental yet underestimated aspects of the English language, and it’s how people remember us.
作别是 英语语言中最为基础的部门但却是 英语中被低估最多的方面，它是人们记着我们的缘故原由。,,5 Basic Goodbyes You Probably Know Already
5种你可能已经知道的最基础的作别方式,Goodbye/ Bye,Goodbye is rarely used and often as a definitive goodbye (I will not see you again) while bye is more relaxed and informal.
See You Later/ See you/ Later,In see you later and see you, the “you” is pronounced as ya (with the same sound of the “u” in fun).
在 see you later 和see you中，“you”发音发作ya（跟 单词fun中字母“u”的发音一样）。
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6种增添知识含量的必备作别方式,It Was Nice to See You Again,It is one of the most effective and important things you can include in your goodbye to a person you already know.
Take Care,It is one of my favorites because it’s good to use in both informal and formal situations, with friends and strangers, and always seems to have a sincere feel to it.
Take it Easy,It is another one of my favorite greetings, and it is what I use in informal situations. While a lot of people use “Take it easy” to say “calm down” (which is another use of it, as exemplified in the Eagles song “Take it Easy”), the goodbye communicates that I hope you have the chance to relax and enjoy whatever it is you do.
这是我最喜欢的另外一种作别方式，我通常用于非正式场所。虽然许多人在劝别人“保持镇定”（凡事看开些）时会用上一句“Take it easy”（这是“Take it Easy”的另外一种用法，犹如老鹰乐队的一首单曲“Take it Easy”的用法），这种作别方式通报着我希望你有时机放松一下，享受当下的意思。
Have a Good One,It is another awesome American greeting that basically wishes the other person well. You can say have a good “day” or “week” or “trip” or “vacation,” but “have a good one” communicates the general intention without focusing on the specifics of any one event.
这是另外一种美式作别方式，主要表达希望某人安好。你也可以说have a good “day” or “week” or “trip” or “vacation,”但“have a good one” 表达的是整体的一种关切问候，没有特殊的指某个详细的方面。
Have a nice ___________ is another common greeting that you can use in many situation. Similar to the above example, we’re always saying “have a nice day/ week/ vacation/ meeting, etc.” It’s one of the most universal and respectful ways to say goodbye to another person. This is a goodbye we well as a way to say good luck.
Have a nice...是一种常见的作别方式，可以用于许多场景。同上面的例子，我们经常说“have a nice day/ week/ vacation/ meeting, 等等。” 它是最普遍而又最有礼貌的一种作别方式。它也是我们表达祝愿好运的方式。
Until….,This is not as common of a greeting as it used to be, but it is used when you know you’re going to see the person (until tomorrow/ until Saturday, etc).
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15种你在学校绝对学不到的作别 俚语,Peace (Out),It was really popular a few years back, but is still pretty common in some circles. It comes from the universal expression of “Peace,” has become a verb (I’m going to peace out now. See you later!), and is often accompanied by the two fingered peace sign. This is a semi-hip-hop informal goodbye, so make sure you don’t use it in a business meeting. I still use this one with my friends.
I’m out of here,(“I’m ouda here) or a simple “I’m out” is a quick and informal way to announce that you will be leaving amongst your friends.
(“I’m ouda here)或一句简朴的“I’m out”是快速非正式的在同伙间表达你将要脱离的方式。
(I’ll) Catch You Later/ Catch You On The Flip Side,While Catch You Later is still in popular use, Catch You on the Flip Side is a bit more rare.
Catch You Later仍然是很盛行的用法，Catch You on the Flip Side用的较少些了。
I gotta* go / I gotta* get going,These are both easy ways to delicately let somebody know that you need to leave and start to say goodbye.Example: “Look, Jack, I gotta get going. It was nice to see you again.
I Gotta Jet,“Jet”, which is literally a huge passenger aircraft, has been made into a goodbye that means that you are leaving promptly (like a jet)!
I Gotta Take Off,Similar to “Jet,” take off is another word that comes from aircraft terminology. Take off is when the plane leaves the ground, so when you say that you’re taking off, it means that you’re leaving.
犹如“Jet,” take off是另外一个泉源于飞机的术语。示意当飞隐秘腾飞脱离地面时，以是当你说 you’re taking off就示意你即将脱离。
I Gotta Roll,While “roll” literally is used for things with wheels (car, skateboard), it means to make movement, so when you say “I gotta roll,” it means that you need to move.
“roll”字面意思示意带轮子的器械（如车，滑板），它示意移动，以是当你说“I gotta roll,”就示意你要脱离了。
I Gotta Run,This one seems pretty self-explanatory. Although you’re not really running, “I Need to Run” indicates more hurry in your goodbye.
这句听起来是不解自明的。只管现实上你并不是跑，“I Need to Run” 注释你的作别更慌忙些。
I Gotta Split,“Split,” which means “divide” in many cases, here means to leave quickly, or to head in the other direction.
I Gotta Make Tracks,“Tracks” are the footprints you leave on the ground, so when you say “make tracks,” it means to leave a trail of footprints and leave.
“Tracks”是你留在地上的脚印，以是当你说 “make tracks,”它示意留下一排脚印，脱离。
I Gotta Hit The Road,“Hit” in this sense means to “get on” or “start” on something, so “Hit the Road” mean to leave/ start moving on the road.
此处“Hit” 示意“最先、着手”做某事，以是“Hit the Road”示意要脱离，最先步入途中。
I Gotta Head (Out),“Head”/ “Head out” is another cool way I announce my departure regularly. Head as a verb is to “go in the direction of.” It makes a lot of sense because when you move directions, you always start with your head (physically and intentionally).
“Head”/ “Head out”是示意脱离的又一种常用的很酷的说法。Head 作为动词，示意朝某个偏向走。它包罗许多意义，由于当你脱离时你总是身为行为和头脑上同时要用脑。
I Gotta Bounce,“Bounce” is what a basketball does when you dribble it with your hand.
Now that we’ve covered 26 ways to say goodbye, it’s time to learn how to use them. Remember, it’s one thing to read an article, but quite another to apply them in real life.