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    Equivalent of "See you later"

    Hello!

    What is the equivalent of "See you later" on the internet?
    Actually I can't say 'See you later' to somebody I've never seen before,
    and maybe will never see. Is there something special to say Good Bye
    on the internet? I don't like the word 'Good Bye', and I always say 'See you later' or 'See you soon'.
    But on the internet I will not see somebody later or soon. What could I write in this case?

    And what about phone talk?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: Equivalent of "See you later"

    On the Internet you might say:
    TTYL
    That means: talk to you later.




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    Re: Equivalent of "See you later"

    In phone talk, if it's a business conversation, you might say "Thank you for calling" or "It's been nice talking with you."

    on a personal level, "Talk to you soon again" or "Nice chatting with you."
    And, yes, you chat on the phone also, not just on chat lines!

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    #4

    Re: Equivalent of "See you later"

    Catch you later
    "Laters" --- very infrmal
    All the best
    Speak soon


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    #5

    Re: Equivalent of "See you later"

    Cya

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    Re: Equivalent of "See you later"

    Quite a few people just say "Cheers". The Italian ciao is commonly used by English speakers (even ones who speak no Italian).

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    Re: Equivalent of "See you later"

    l8rs

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