ThePete's 12 Second Japanese Lesson #8 See ya! on 12seconds.tv
This lesson's hiragana is:
じゃね (the "や" or "ya" is small so you mush it in with the ”じ” or "ji".)
And the romaji is:
This is almost the least formal, basic way to say good-bye to someone. You could drop the "ne" to make it even more basic.
I've heard a LOT of different ways to say "see ya!" so don't be surprised if you don't hear Japanese people say this when they walk away from you. But this is a good safe thing to say to them when they do.
Remember, unless you're leaving town for good, you *don't* want to say "sayonara"! It's "Ja!" or "Ja ne!" Perhaps I'll go over a few other ways to say "see ya" in future lessons. Check out Lesson 7 for more on "sayonara" here: is.gd/3lLB
To learn more Japanese online, I recommend checking out Alex Brooke's LearnJapanesePod.com (also visit his site AlexBrooke.com to check out what else he's up to). You might also check out JapanesePod101.com or pick up the book Japanese from Zero: Volume 1 if you want to learn offline.
Did I get something wrong? Tell me! I've got a LOT to learn still, so please help me and others by commenting. ありがとうございます！ (arigatou gozaimasu - thank you very much!)