How do u say bye in french?
Au revoir, or see you soon abientot
to say goodye in french is "au revior" or you could also say " a bientot" that is see u later
Goodbye is au revoir in French, pronounced "oh ruh-vwar".. Good bye in French is 'au revoir, salut, Ã la prochaine, Ã bientÃ´t'
Of course the standard way to say goodbye in French is au revoir -- "oh r(ee)-vwar" (sounds in parentheses are optional) But there are many informal variations, such as… salut -- "sah-lew" -- probably the most common; also means "hi" bye-bye -- borrowed from English; pronunciation is meant to be the same as English, but since the French have trouble with our gliding diphthongs, it ends up sounding more like "bah-ee-bah-ee" ciao -- "chah-oh" -- borrowed from Italian; alternate "French" spelling tchao Ã demain __"ah- deman" means until tommorow
bonjour et au revoir
Bye: au revoir See you tomorrow: Ã demain
hi > "salut" or "bonjour" bye > "salut" or "au revoir"
au revoir pour maintenant
Au revoir is "bye" (pronounced "oh hoovwahr") Ã bientÃ´t is "see you later" (pronounced "ah bee-en-toe")
" Au revoir, et prenez soin de vous " or " Au revoir, et faites attention Ã vous " when you address to someone you barely knew, you're not close with, or when you address s…everal people. " Salut/Au revoir, et fais attention Ã toi " when you address a close friend, or someone you know quite well.
au revoir mon ami (or amie if its a girl
"d'accord, au revoir" but you can say "ok bye" too
"bye Catherine" = "au revoir, Catherine"
Hello day=bonjoir (bo hello evening=bonsoir goodbye =au revior