Hello! 10 Fun Ways to say Goodbye in English
Today, we have a fun English lesson teaching you 10 ways, yes TEN ways, that you can say goodbye in English, without actually saying goodbye!
Fun, Informal Ways To Say Goodbye in English!
1. Cheerio = A funny and friendly way to say goodbye in English.
“I have to go home for dinner, cheerio!”
2. Toodle-OO = This is a very silly and funny way to say goodbye, you will make people laugh by saying Toodle-oo!
“OK see you soon, Toodle-OO!”
3. Toodle-pip = Another hilarious way to say goodbye in English. This is the funniest and silliest one!
“OH NO!!, it’s late, I’d better go home, toodle-pip!”
4. See you later aligator = This is a fun way to say goodbye in English and is often used by children (although I use it all the time), it also has a really fun rhyming response.
A: “I’m going home, see you later alligator!”
B: “In a while crocodile!”
5. Laters! = A very cool and relaxed way to say goodbye to your friends in English.
A: “OK, see you tomorrow!”
6. Catch you later = Another relaxed and very informal way of saying goodbye to somebody when you know you will see them again soon.
“Catch you later, man!”
7. Take care = A more formal way of saying goodbye to somebody that you care about.
A: “I’m going home now, Tony. Thanks for your help today!”
B: “No problem, take care and see you soon”
A: “Thanks, you too!”
8. Take it easy = A nice way to say goodbye to a friend who you care about, but when you don’t want to show too much emotion. It means, don’t work too hard, enjoy your life.
“See you tomorrow, mate. Take it easy!”
9. Bye for now = A more formal way of saying goodbye to somebody when you know that you will see them again, but when you don’t know when.
A: OK, I’d better go, the last train leaves in 5 minutes. I’ll be back next month but I don’t know exactly when.”
B: “OK, well have a great train ride and bye for now!”
A: “Yes, bye for now!”
10. I need to scoot = A fun way of saying I have to go! Not to be used in formal situations.
“OK it’s like so I need to scoot, toodle-oo and see you soon!”