Greeting & Farewell in English

Greeting & Farewell in English2017-11-27T08:21:00+02:00

Before we take a deep dive into English conversations, let’s get some basics down. This lesson will teach you how to say hello, goodbye, see you tomorrow and other useful phrases in English.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning English“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Saying Hello and Goodbye

Previous lesson:

Greetings in English & how to Answer the Question “How are you?”

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Greeting

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
Hello!
Good morning!
Good Day!

Good evening!
Good night!
Welcome! (informal)
Welcome! (formal)
Welcome back!

Farewell

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
Bye!
Goodbye!
Sleep well!
So long!
See you tomorrow!
Farewell!
Get out of here!

Notes:

1 informal2 formal

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