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Snack-Sized Language Episode 9: How to Say Goodbye in French

Snack-Sized Language Episode 9: How to Say Goodbye in French

How to Say Hello in French

In this episode of the podcast, we focus on learning how to say goodbye to someone in French and you’ll learn the phrases for “goodbye,” “bye,” “see you later,” and some other ways to bid someone farewell in French. Wondering how to how to say bye in French? You’ll learn how with these French phrases in this week’s snack-sized lesson.

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In This Lesson, You Learned

  • “Goodbye” in French – au revoir
  • “Bye” in French – salut! (you may remember this one from French greetings — it also works as a farewell)
  • “Until…” – à … “Until tomorrow” is à demain. “Until Monday” is à lundi. “Until next week” is à la semaine prochaine. And “until later” is à plus.

Featured Trade Secret:

Now that we’ve learned how to say “hello” and “goodbye”, you know how to start and end your conversations in French. Now it’s time to start using it! Finding a French friend you can chat with will be super helpful on your journey to learn French. Whether you find a language exchange partner online through an app, a French tutor on a site like italki, or even just finding a French community of Instagrammers to chat with (yes, that’s a thing!) — find someone to start talking to in French.

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