G'day & Cheers 英式英文的用法??
G'day (good day)
Cheers (informal word) 我很常聽到是用在感謝對方(Thank you)...
但我好像聽過有人用 cheers 後感謝對方後...對方也回 cheers
還是第二個 cheers 意謂 good bye?
也常會回我 no worry (or no worries)
All senetences are heard in AU.
But how do you know?
I guess above of sentences are also used in UK?
By the way...
I also found cheers means "goodbye"
UK INFORMAL used to mean 'goodbye':
"Bye." "Cheers, see you next week."
- Mr. EyreLv 51 decade agoBest Answer
im guessing ur from somewhere in australia
yup g'day is just a way of saying hi, hello, how are you etc
not commonly used at night though..
"cheers" means thank you, aussies use "ta" sometimes
i dont think it would have meaning of "goodbye" in any context, that customer probably was just saying thanks in return as well
"no worries" = you're welcome, that's ok, you're alright.. etc
used after someone said thankyou to you or sorry, or even when someone asks you a favour
2008-06-01 21:56:09 補充：
ok.. not sure about that..but yeah i wouldnt use cheers to bid someone gdbye
check up on urbandictionary.com for slangs
its a really cool websiteSource(s): aus
- 1 decade ago
cheers means thanks in UK
cheerio means see you in UK
cheerio also means a sort of breakfast in
western countries, such as in UK or US.
ta means thanks as well.
John means Toilet in US.
Loo means Toilet in UK.
- FrankLv 71 decade ago
"ta" 有 謝謝 的意思