You say "hi people" in French "salut les gens". "Hi" in conversation is basically "Bonjour" (Good day) or "Salut" (Hi).
"Hi!" in English is Salut! in French.
"salut" is the informal greeting used in French as an equivalent of "hi".
salut - hi/bye allo - hello when answering the phone
The French translation of 'Hi' is 'Salut'
Hi how are you in french is: 'Bonjour, comment sa va?'
To say Hi in French it would be Salut.
'bonjour' is how to say hello or you can say 'salut' whick means hi
In the French used there, it would be "bonjour" (good day) or "salut" (hi).
That's pretty obvious "Bonjour" you can also say "Salut" it sound like Saloo to say Hey or Wazzup.... I prefer la hi :) La means "the" for a girl in french
The equivalent in french to "hi" is "allo". But "bonjour", "salut", "hey" are commonly used in french
"salut, comment vas-tu ?"means "hi, how are you" in French.
Hi:(in french) salut hello in amharic : selam
Hi in French is Salut (don't pronounce the "t") but this is informal, a formal way to say hi or hello in France would be to say bonjour, this is translated directly as good day. Usually salut is only used to greet someone you know well, like a friend.
To say hi in French it's: Salut (Sal oo)hope that helps!
Certainly not (most french people will know what it means though)Try bonjour (good day)or salut (hi)
Um if you want to know how to say "hi" in French, it's "salut." Salut can also be "bye."
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Saying hello in french is Bonjour