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Elio's Top Ten Spanish Expressions

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Top Ten Ways of Saying Good-Bye

1. Adiós.

    Good-bye.

        (Literally, to God; as in the English equivalent, which comes from the old phrase "God be wi' ye").    

2. Hasta luego.

    See you later.

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