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How to:

The basics:

До свидания!

More like Au revoir than good-bye (literally: till the next meeting) Follow до with the genitive case and you can make all kinds of arrangements:

До встречи! See you when I see you!

До вторника! See you on Tuesday!

До следующей недели! See you next week!

До скорого! See you soon!

До вечера! See you this evening!

До завтра! See you tomorrow!

Wishing someone a good journ:

When you wish someone something, it goes into the genitive case, hence the endings:

Счастливого пути! Enjoyable journey!

Удачной поездки! Have a lucky trip!

Хорошего отдыха! Have a good holiday!

General good wishes

Хороших выходных! Have a good weekend!

Отдыхай как следует! Make sure to relax!

Береги себя! Take care of yourself.

Удачи! Good luck!

When all the well wishing is done and you want to get on your way:

Ну давай, пока! Ok then, see you!

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