Snack-Sized Language Episode 10: How to Say Goodbye in Japanese
My name is Shannon Kennedy and I'm the language lover,…
In this episode of the podcast, we focus on learning how to say goodbye to someone in Japanese and you’ll learn the phrases for “goodbye,” “see you later,” and “see you tomorrow”. Wondering how to how to say bye in Japanese? You’ll learn how with these Japanese phrases in this week’s snack-sized lesson.
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In This Lesson, You Learned:
- “Goodbye” in Japanese – さようなら, sayounara
- “See you later” in Japanese – じゃね, ja ne / じゃまた, ja mata / またね, mata ne
- “See you tomorrow” in Japanese - また明日, mata ashita
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My name is Shannon Kennedy and I'm the language lover, traveler, and foodie behind Eurolinguiste. I'm also the Resident Polyglot at Drops and the Head Coach of the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge.