Lesson Transcript

Hi, everybody!
Do you know how to say “Bye” in Hindi? In this lesson, you'll learn three parting expressions in Hindi.
Let’s start with the easiest one.
नमस्ते|
[slowly] नमस्ते|
This means "Goodbye" in Hindi.
NamasTe means both "hello" and "goodbye."
If you know you are going to see the person again, there is a different phrase you should use.
र मिलेंगे|
[slowly] र मिलेंगे|
This means "See you later" in Hindi.
The first word, phir, means "again," and the second word, milenge, means "we will meet."
If you want to sound like a pro, here's a phrase for you.
अल्विदा|
[slowly] अल्विदा|
This means "Farewell" in Hindi.
This is not as commonly used as other expressions, but you will sometimes hear it in Hindi. So make sure to remember this, too.
Let's wrap up this lesson by recapping what you've learned. Listen to the words and repeat after me.
"Goodbye."
नमस्ते|
* beep
नमस्ते|
"See you later."
र मिलेंगे|
* beep
र मिलेंगे|
"Farewell."
अल्विदा|
* beep
अल्विदा|
Well done! [pause] Here's a fun fact!
In the expression phir milenge, most speakers pronounce phir as [fir]. The [f] sound doesn't exist in Hindi, but the sound [fa] can be represented as a variation of [pha] in Hindi. This is why many speakers consider these two sounds interchangeable.
You just learned how to say “Bye” in three different ways in Hindi.
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See you soon! र मिलेंगे|

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