How To Say Goodbye in New Zealand

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Traveling to or studying in New Zealand, it can be useful to learn how to say and pronounce Greetings words such as Goodbye. Located in East Asia & Pacific, New Zealand has a population of 4,405,200 (2011) consisting of 50% female (2011) and sees the arrival of 2,492,000 (2010) tourists a year. In New Zealand, they speak English and Maori. SpeakSheets offers our Lifetime Members printable and downloadable language one-sheets with no monthly costs ever, guaranteed. With more than 17 languages covering over 2.3 billion people worldwide, we can help make your travels to New Zealand and beyond even more fun!

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 Since a national language of New Zealand is English, you should do fine just saying "Goodbye "
In case you are traveling to other countries in East Asia & Pacific or elsewhere in the world, here are some more helpful words from our New Zealand Greetings category: Fine, thank you.Good AfternoonGood EveningGood MorningGood NightGoodbyeHelloHow are you?Pleased to meet you

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New Zealand
Overview: Located in East Asia & Pacific, the official name of New Zealand is New Zealand. The population is 4,405,200 (2011), of which 20.37386 (2011) residents are under the age of 15. The income share held by highest 10% is unspecified, while the lowest 10% hold unspecified of the income share. There are 86.18173 (2011) internet users per 100 people, 3,796,477.74 (2011) internet users total. 2,492,000 (2010) tourists arrive each year, bringing in 3,038,000,000 (2010) in annual revenue.
Population: 4,405,200 (2011)
Languages: English and Maori
Currency: New Zealand dollar
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Other Countries in East Asia & Pacific

Learning a few words in the language of the country you are visiting will help make your travels more immersive and fun. Here are other countries in East Asia & Pacific :
CountryLanguage(s)PopulationAnnual TouristsRegion
American SamoaEnglish, Samoan
69,543 (2011)
25,000 (2006)
East Asia & Pacific
AustraliaEnglish
22,620,600 (2011)
5,885,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
BruneiMalay
405,938 (2011)
157,000 (2009)
East Asia & Pacific
CambodiaKhmer
14,305,183 (2011)
2,399,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
ChinaChinese
1,344,130,000 (2011)
55,664,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Dem. Rep. KoreaKorean
24,451,285 (2011)
n/a
East Asia & Pacific
FijiEnglish, Fijian, Hindi
868,406 (2011)
632,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
French PolynesiaFrench
273,777 (2011)
154,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
GuamChamorro, English
182,111 (2011)
1,196,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Hong Kong SAR, ChinaChinese, English
7,071,600 (2011)
20,085,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
IndonesiaJavanese
242,325,638 (2011)
7,003,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
JapanJapanese
127,817,277 (2011)
8,611,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
KiribatiEnglish
101,093 (2011)
4,700 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
KoreaKorean
49,779,000 (2011)
8,798,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Lao PDRLao
6,288,037 (2011)
1,670,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Macao SAR, China
555,731 (2011)
11,926,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
MalaysiaMalay
28,859,154 (2011)
24,577,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Marshall IslandsEnglish, Marshallese
54,816 (2011)
5,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
MicronesiaEnglish
111,542 (2011)
26,000 (2008)
East Asia & Pacific
MongoliaMongolian
2,800,114 (2011)
457,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
MyanmarBurmese
48,336,763 (2011)
311,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
New CaledoniaFrench
249,000 (2011)
99,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
New ZealandEnglish, Maori
4,405,200 (2011)
2,492,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Northern Mariana IslandsChamorro, English
61,174 (2011)
345,000 (2009)
East Asia & Pacific
PalauEnglish, Japanese
20,609 (2011)
84,000 (2009)
East Asia & Pacific
Papua New GuineaEnglish, Hiri Motu
7,013,829 (2011)
114,000 (2008)
East Asia & Pacific
PhilippinesEnglish, Filipino
94,852,030 (2011)
3,520,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
SamoaEnglish
183,874 (2011)
130,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
SingaporeChinese, English, Tamil
5,183,700 (2011)
9,161,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Solomon IslandsEnglish
552,267 (2011)
21,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
ThailandThai
69,518,555 (2011)
15,936,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
Timor-LestePortuguese
1,175,880 (2011)
40,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
TongaEnglish, Tongan
104,509 (2011)
45,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
TuvaluEnglish, Tuvalu
9,847 (2011)
1,700 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
VanuatuEnglish, French
245,619 (2011)
97,000 (2010)
East Asia & Pacific
VietnamVietnamese
87,840,000 (2011)
3,747,000 (2009)
East Asia & Pacific
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