How do you say farewell in japanese>

#1ZenzokukenXPosted 3/24/2008 8:36:33 PM
Mata na? Ja ne?
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#2Paradox_KnightPosted 3/24/2008 8:48:59 PM
Hasta la vista.

Mata ne (till next time)

Ja ne (See ya)

Sayonara (ciao)

what does it matter? They all mean the same thing. Farewell.
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#3Dark_Fire11Posted 3/24/2008 8:49:56 PM
Ja ne, of those two.
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#4Dark_Fire11Posted 3/24/2008 8:50:58 PM
It matters because it's a quiz question. None of the answers are really 'farewell', though. 'See you later' is better.
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#5GameFaqGuestPosted 3/24/2008 9:10:18 PM
You mean Temperence Social Links? Mine is Sayonara.
#6FamedMimicGogoPosted 3/24/2008 9:28:18 PM
gj paradox.
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#7Rhen_VarPosted 3/25/2008 1:58:36 AM

Well Sayonara is Good-Bye.

Pretty simple and formal, usually used when you won't see someone for awhile.

So yeah, Ja ne is the best for the friendly see you tomorrow.

#8fi3rcedragonPosted 3/25/2008 2:22:09 AM
Google 'English to Romaji translator'.
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#9Rhen_VarPosted 3/25/2008 2:43:30 AM

Or just use the Google translator.

#10ZeruelPosted 3/25/2008 10:43:55 AM
To me, "saraba da" has more of a sense of "farewell."
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