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Letโ€™s look at the greetings once more.
Listen and repeat, or speak along with me.
Lya Mercier: Bonjour.
Lya Mercier: Bonjour.
Lya Mercier: Bonsoir.
Lya Mercier: Bonsoir.
Lya Mercier: Bonjour, Madame.
Lya Mercier: Bonjour, Madame.
Lya Mercier: Bonjour, Monsieur.
Lya Mercier: Bonjour, Monsieur.
Lya Mercier: Bonsoir, professeure.
Lya Mercier: Bonsoir, professeure.
Lya Mercier: Salut !
Lya Mercier: Salut !
Did you notice the last greeting?
Lya Mercier: Salut !
In informal situations, you can use the greeting, Salut. "Hi." Salut (enunciated). Salut.
Salut is a common greeting in French. However, itโ€™s only suitable for informal situations, such as when greeting friends. It translates as "Hi" or "Hello," but it can also mean "Goodbye." Because of this, you can use salut both when meeting and parting.

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