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 English Vocabulary for learners 


Phrases to end a conversation.

Learners of English sometimes find it difficult to put an end to a conversation.
Here are some polite ways to do that.

    • “It’s been a pleasure talking to you. Bye for now.”
    • “Well, I won’t keep you any longer. Have a good day.”
    • “Sorry, I’ve got to go now. It was nice talking to you.”
    • “Sorry, I must be off. I’ve got an appointment.”
    • “Don’t let me delay you. I’m sure you’re busy.”
    • “I’m really sorry but I’m running a bit late. Bye for now.”
    • “I’d better let you go now. Talk to you soon.”
    • “I’m afraid I have to go now. Let’s meet up soon.”
    • “We must get together (again) soon. Take care.”
    • “I enjoyed our chat but I must rush off now. Bye!”
    • “It was great talking to you but I must leave now.”
    • “It’d be nice to continue this discussion another time.”
    • “Well, it's getting late. I should probably get going.”
    • “I'm sorry, but I've got to run. Have a nice day! ”
    • “I’m glad we got to talk, but we’ll have to leave it there. Bye for now.”
    • “I’m so glad we met. It was great to chat, but it’s getting late.”
    • “I’m sorry but I should really get back to work! See you soon.”
    • “It’s getting late. I’m going to have to dash off now. Sorry!”
    • “It’s been very interesting talking to you, but I must go now.”
    • “It was lovely to talk to you. I'll let you get back to your work."
    • “I’ve really enjoyed our conversation, but I’d better go now.”
    • “I don’t want to keep you any longer, so I’ll say goodbye”
    • “I’m sure you’re busy, but it was good to talk to you.”
    • “We'll talk more some other time. See you soon. Bye”
    • “I wish we could talk some more but I’m afraid I have to go.”
    • “You must excuse me. I have to leave you now.”
    • “I’m afraid I’ve lost track of the time! I must go now.”
    • “Sorry. I didn't realize it was so late. I really have to go.“

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