Closing a Conversation
I was just in a telephone call with a Chinese person and I attempted to say something like:
xiè xiè nín de lái diàn
Had I said this in English, the caller would have recognised this as a closing statement (an attempt to end the conversation gracefully). The caller did not discontinue the conversation at this point so I assume my word choice may not have been correct. How might I have closed the conversation using a more appropriate phrase or sentence?
Similarly, I've seen CLSE questions about breaking the ice (starting a conversation) but none about how to gracefully close a conversation. I would appreciate any help in this area and I do understand that different regions will have variations (all of which I welcome).
Thanks for the answers below and feel free to add more. I make use of this in building my grammar and appreciate the efforts very much. I also received this alternative as well:
wǒ men gǎi tiān zài tán bā 我們改天再談吧 *We'll talk about it another day*