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This phrase is actually only used when it’s been quite some time since you’ve seen the person.
If you haven’t seen someone for about 3 weeks or longer, then you’ll often be greeted with 久しぶり！ This is when it’s good to follow up with, 元気ですか？ This is said in the evening around dinner time. When you say goodnight to someone you’re close to, you can shorten it by saying おやすみ (: “take care”).
Say this to family at home, friends, or co-workers to announce you’re heading out.
In reply to 行ってきます (“I’m going”), you say this — it's kind of like saying, “Be careful!
It can be a bit intimidating to know where to begin.