Friendly goodbyes....

Brian-PB

Brian-PB

Many times I have to call vendors in Germany and I am looking for a nice friendly, but professional way to say, "Thanks, Have a nice day" or "Have a nice evening". Have a nice evening is usually the best option due to the time difference, however, "Hast du einen schonen Abend" seems cumbersome or maybe too formal. Or am I overthinking this in an effort to sound like I'm a fluent speaker? Does anyone have any better suggestions? Danke, Brian Ohio, USA
alexander-s1

alexander-s1

Brian "tschuss" is an informal goodbye that lots of german speakers use. its polite and friendly but not overdone.
tj-l

tj-l

"chow" works also
Marvin-W

Marvin-W

"Hast du..." is in the form of a question. I think simply "Schoenen Tag." would suffice. Also, I believe you wouldn't use the "du" form unless you are on familiar terms with them but rather "Sie" or "Ihnen".
Scott-H

Scott-H

how do you say " nice to see you again?"
Paul-Weber

Paul-Weber

Hi Scott Sorry for the late reply. "Nice to see you again" is "Es ist schön dich wieder zu sehen!" I hope this helps! - Paul
steven--1

steven--1

alles gut ist bin lernen german abe alles komme ein wenige besser und ich been schreiben das alien gut orda nien gut......
Paul-Weber

Paul-Weber

Hey Steven, Was meinst du mit "..alien gut orda nien gut...?" Gruß Paul

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