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Let's look at the parting greetings once more.
Listen and repeat or speak along with me.
Lya Mercier: À bientôt.
Lya Mercier: À bientôt.
Lya Mercier: Bonne nuit.
Lya Mercier: Bonne nuit.
Lya Mercier: À plus tard.
Lya Mercier: À plus tard.
Lya Mercier: Repose-toi bien.
Lya Mercier: Repose-toi bien.
Lya Mercier: À plus.
Lya Mercier: À plus.
Lya Mercier: Salut.
Lya Mercier: Salut.
Lya Mercier: Au revoir.
Lya Mercier: Au revoir.
Did you notice the last two parting expressions I used?
Salut.
Au revoir.
The first expression used was Salut. "Hi." Salut (enunciated). Salut.
In informal situations, you can use the greeting, Salut.
Salut is a common greeting in French. However, it’s only suitable for informal situations, such as when saying goodbye to friends.
Note, Salut is also a common greeting translating as "Hi" or "Hello." Because of this, you can use salut both as a greeting and a parting expression.
The second parting greeting Au revoir means "See you." Au revoir (enunciated). Au revoir.
It’s a formal greeting you can use when you're sure you're going to meet the other person again. You can use it to address one or more people.
Au revoir.

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Let's look at some more examples.
Listen and repeat or speak along with the native speaker in the video.