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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #31068: Saying Goodbye
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Politeness [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Imperative mode and its tags. - Can/could/may... Must/have to... - To mind and expressions - Writing letters - Forms of address - How to apologize - Proper requests - Letter to apologise
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    Saying Goodbye


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    1. We use 'Yours faithfully' when we speak in a style.

    2. We use 'Bye then, drive carefully!' when we speak in a style.

    3. We use 'Goodbye, have a good journey' when we speak in an style.

    4. We use 'Best regards' when we say it with style.

    5. We use 'Thank you very much for finding the time to see me' when we say it with style.

    6. We use 'Au revoir!' when we say it with style.

    7. We use 'Best wishes' when we say it with style.

    8. We use 'That concludes my report, thank you' when we say it with style.

    9. We use 'Cheerio!' when we say it with style.

    10. We use 'I look forward to hearing from you again.' when we say it with style.









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