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When to say \"hoşça kal\"?
1.       trip
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 11 Feb 2015 Wed 09:36 am

This is probably a dumb question, but twice in "Kara Para Aşk" I think I have heard "hoşça kal" said by the person staying behind. I thought the person leaving says "hoşça kal" and the person staying behind says "güle güle." Or is this a rule that can be broken? ... Teşekkürler!

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2.       JNQ
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 11 Feb 2015 Wed 09:57 am

Just like in English there are several ways to says goodbye. Both can say hoşçakal(ın) (polite form).

Only güle güle is just used by the person staying behind. 


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Edited (2/11/2015) by JNQ

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3.       trip
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 12 Feb 2015 Thu 11:14 am

I guess I had missed completely that "hoşça kal" could be said by either person. It is only "güle güle" that is restricted. ... Çok teşekkür ederim!

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4.       JNQ
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 12 Feb 2015 Thu 11:43 am

You say ´hoşça kal´ for ´goodbye´ but literally translated it means ´stay happy´, ´stay cheerful´ so anyone can say it.

Hoş = pleasant, cheerful, lovely

Hoşlanmak = to like, to enjoy, to be pleased with

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