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  • Hey guys, welcome to Lingua Marina, a channel where you learn real English with an amazing teacher and where you learn cool facts about the English language and cool things that you can use in your language and sound more like a native speaker.

    嘿,各位,歡迎來到 Lingua Marina 頻道,在這裡你可以與一位出色的老師一起學習真正的英語,瞭解有關英語的酷知識,以及可以用在你的語言中並聽起來更像母語人士的酷東西。

  • Today, we're gonna learn about different ways of saying goodbye.


  • Because goodbye is really boring.

    因為說 goodbye 真的很無聊。

  • Goodbye is something you learn during your first English class, this is something you've used thousands of times already.

    Goodbye 是在你的第一堂英語課上就學會的東西,這是你已經用過成千上萬次的東西。

  • But if you talk to native speakers, you would realize there are actually a lot of different alternatives that they use to say goodbye.


  • So today, you're going to learn them and first, you're gonna understand what people mean by saying those phrases.


  • And second, you're gonna start using them yourself.


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    在我們深入探討這個話題之前。請根據 YouTube 的演算法按讚,並訂閱本頻道,以免錯過我的下一個影片。

  • And now let's learn the alternatives to the word goodbye.

    現在,讓我們來學習 goodbye 的替代詞。

  • First of all, goodbye is something once said with a specific intonation like, goodbye.

    首先,goodbye 是用特定的語調說出來的,如果你用這個語調說再見,

  • (It) can mean that you're not really respecting the person and you really want them to leave and this is why there are so many alternatives.


  • And alternative number one is actually again, when you don't want to really see the person again or when you do not expect to see the person again.


  • This is like goodbye for years.


  • The word sounds like farewell.

    這個詞聽起來是 farewell。

  • It comes from two words.


  • Fare means happen; well, good.

    Fare 意味著發生;well 表示很好。

  • So I wish that something good happens to you.


  • But this word is so, so formal.


  • You can either see it in English literature from 18th or 19th century.

    你可以在 18 或 19 世紀的英國文學中看到這一點。

  • I haven't really heard a lot of people use it in real life because farewell means I'll see you in ten years or something like that.

    在現實生活中,我還真沒聽說過很多人使用這個詞,因為 farewell 的意思是十年後再見之類的。

  • The word farewell has a bit more romantic and archaic meaning to it, compared to goodbye.

    與 goodbye 相比,farewell 一詞的含義更浪漫、更古老。

  • Farewell.


  • Take care is an expression that is used to say goodbye to someone that you expect to see regularly.

    Take care 是用於向你希望經常見面的人到別的一種表達方式。

  • So for example, when I talk to my banker, when I talk to my doctor, when I talk to a colleague, in the end of the conversation, they would say, "Take care,"


  • which is, again, a very warm form of saying goodbye because you are wishing all the best to that person.


  • You hope that he or she takes care of herself or himself and you just say, "Take care." That's it.


  • This is the way of saying goodbye.


  • Take care.


  • It was nice seeing you.


  • It's an expression that is used to say goodbye to a person that you've just met for the first time.


  • So for example, you were in a meeting, you met some new people.


  • In order to say goodbye to them, you will say, "It was nice seeing you," or "It was nice meeting you."


  • This is the way of saying goodbye to a person you've just met.


  • It was nice meeting you.


  • I look forward to our next meeting is something that you can use when you expect the relationship to continue, and this is a formal relationship normally.


  • So for example, you finish the business meeting and you expect another business meeting to happen very soon.


  • So you say, "I look forward to our next meeting."


  • Have a nice day or have a good weekend.


  • I think this is very, very American, this something that I hear every day in the US.


  • You know, I'm shopping, I'm doing my grocery shopping and I'm checking out at the cashier and the lady says, "Have a great day," or "Have a great weekend."


  • And by the way, people start wishing great weekend, even on Thursdays, even Friday is still a working day, but people are already looking forward to the weekend and they realize they wouldn't see you or talk to you on Friday.


  • So they wish you a great on Thursday already.


  • And this kind of creates this happier mood because the weekend is approaching.


  • So the expression have a good day is very, very common in all spheres of our lives.


  • Have a good day.


  • There are some more informal alternatives to saying goodbye.


  • So when you know, when you're gonna see the person next time, you can say until Saturday, if you expect to see them on Saturday or until Sunday or until next week.

    所以,當你知道下次什麼時候能見到對方時,你可以說 「週六見」,如果你預計週六、週日或下週才能見到對方,也可以說「下一次見」。

  • Til next time. -Till next time.

    下次見。- 下次見。

  • If you don't want to abrupt your conversation just like that. "Oh, bye." That's it.


  • Or "Farewell, "or "See you on Sunday."


  • And you really want to introduce your intention of stopping the conversation and leaving, you can say, "I've got to get going," "I must be going," and then explain the reason.


  • Well, I gotta get going.


  • I read this book by Robert Cialdini called Influence, I think.

    我讀過Robert Cialdini寫的一本書,叫《影響》。

  • So basically he says that if you provide a reason to a person, there is like 80% more chance that they would appreciate your decision, even if this reason means "I have to get going because I'm late for another meeting."

    所以,他基本上是說,如果你給一個人提供一個理由,他們就會有 80% 的機會欣賞你的決定,即使這個理由意味著「我必須走了,因為我又要開會遲到了。」

  • Just because you're providing a reason why you have to get going, people become more understanding.


  • So if you feel uncomfortable about finishing a meeting, if you feel that the person still wants to talk to you, but you really have to go,


  • You can say, "I've gotta get going," "You know, I haven't seen my kids since morning and she misses me and this is it, goodbye."


  • I'm off is very informal.

    「I'm off」是不正式,很口語的用法。

  • But again, it just describes your intention to leave.


  • So for example, you're at a party, everybody's watching a movie.


  • And what I like about American gatherings in America parties, nobody would really beg you to stay because people understand you have things to do.


  • And when you say, "I'm off," people like, "OK, of course."


  • You know, because I come from a culture where if you're at a party and it's like going on and you say, "I'd rather get going or I have to get going," people be like, "No, no, no stay. We still have the cake, we still have the tea. Why are you leaving?"

    因為我來自這樣一種文化:如果你在派對上說 「我想走了」,或者「我必須走了」,他們會說:「不,不,別走。 我們還有蛋糕,我們還有茶。你為什麼要離開?」

  • In America, you say, "I'm off," and people are like, "Oh, of course, yeah, see you next time."


  • So this is very easy and you can use this phrase to say that you're leaving.


  • I'm off.


  • Take it easy is another way to say goodbye.

    Take it easy 是告別的另一種說法。

  • It's kind of similar to the phrase "have a great day."


  • You can say, "Take it easy."

    你可以說 「Take it easy」。

  • But please pay attention to your intonation and the way you say it.


  • Because if you say, "Hey, hey, take it easy," this means that you don't like somebody acting in the way they act and you're asking them to stop it.


  • So instead of saying, "Hey, take it easy," you just say, "Take it easy."

    所以,與其說「嘿,別緊張」,你的語調要是「Take it easy」。

  • That's it. That means goodbye.


  • Take it easy.


  • Bye bye.


  • This is what Emily says.


  • Well, kind of says she understands bye bye.


  • So she waves her hand.


  • This is a very childish thing.


  • This is something that we all learn and this is something you can use with friends.


  • Bye bye over the baby.


  • Bye bye.


  • Bye bye.


  • There are also slang alternatives that I want you to know: "Later." That's it.


  • That means see you later, very short, very informal later.


  • Catch you later is again something that you would use only with your friends or with people you know well.

    Catch you later(稍後見)一樣式只有在與朋友或熟人交談時才會用到的詞語。

  • The meaning is very simple. It means see you later.


  • Catch you later.


  • Peace out is a phrase that is widely used in hip hop or street slang.

    Peace out 是嘻哈或街頭俚語中廣泛使用的一個短語。

  • Again, intonation is really important.


  • Peace out is like take it easy.

    Peace out 就像 take it easy。

  • But if you say, "Peace out, see ya," this means goodbye.

    但如果你說「Peace out, see ya」這就意味著再見。

  • Yo, peace out.


  • Another slang phrase is I got a jet.

    另一句俚語是 I got a jet。

  • So if you know jet is this private airplane.


  • If we try to explain this phrase verbatim, that means you have a scheduled flight on a jet, of course, bro, you don't, I got a jet just means goodbye or I gotta go.

    如果我們逐字逐句地解釋這個短語,那就意味著你有一架噴氣式飛機的定期班機,當然,兄弟,你沒有,I got a jet 只是意味著再見或者我得走了。

  • That's by six o'clock. I got a jet.


  • I gotta roll is another slang phrase and another slang way of saying goodbye.

    I gotta roll 是另一句俚語,也是另一種告別的俚語。

  • So roll basically relates to something with wheels.

    所以 roll 基本上與帶輪子的東西有關。

  • Maybe you're skateboarding away or riding your bike away.


  • But it also means the process of movement.


  • You don't have to necessarily roll away, you're just gonna go away.


  • But you can use this phrase "I gotta roll," and this would mean goodbye, see you later, I gotta go.

    但你可以用 「我得走了」這句話來表示再見。

  • You gotta roll, Meo.


  • Thank you guys so much for watching this video.


Hey guys, welcome to Lingua Marina, a channel where you learn real English with an amazing teacher and where you learn cool facts about the English language and cool things that you can use in your language and sound more like a native speaker.

嘿,各位,歡迎來到 Lingua Marina 頻道,在這裡你可以與一位出色的老師一起學習真正的英語,瞭解有關英語的酷知識,以及可以用在你的語言中並聽起來更像母語人士的酷東西。

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