Doesn't ciao mean goodbye? In that case shouldn't Alice be saying hello in Italian considering that she just arrived in Italy. In that case you make more sense in English...although maybe I just got my words confused and I have no idea what I am talking about.
Ciao means either "hello" or "goodbye".here again, Richard, thanks for your kindness.I am sure Italian readers will love Cul de Sac.Max
Ciao! I think those who use it in the US mostly say "goodbye" with it, but it's like "aloha", a greeting coming or going. Plus it's fun to say.And thank you, Max, and I sure hope so!Ciao!
Ciao!my name is Giulia, I'm italian and I love your comics, I can't wait to read them on linus (I use to buy it every month,so..).About the meaning of "Ciao":It means Hi, Hello and Goodbye, you can use it with your friends or people you know, not with a teacher or your boss (with them you have to say "Buongiorno" that it's like Good morning). When you know you'll never see a friend, to say Goodbye you can say "Addio".so in this case, ciao, or ciao ciao! (bye bye!)
Or, if you want, you could say: cius!In german means "ciao" hehehe!Thanks Richard for the interview. I hope Cul de Sac will be a success.
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