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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Now, 'Tschuess' is a rather informal way of ending a conversation in Austria. You only use it with friends. Yet it is totally accepted in Germany, even if talking to total strangers.

    I wouldn't second that. I never came across the utterance of "Tschuess" over the phone when talking with a stranger. And I'd be as taken aback as you if I did hear it.

    However, it may be more common here in face-to-face communication. So you hear it frequently when you leave a shop or so. I however prefer "Tschoe" over "Tschue