How to Say Goodbye in French?

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You will find it very common for people to say goodbye in French. The way to say goodbye in French is Au Revior. Most Americans study French of Spanish in school.
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Au revoir ('ɔʀ(ə)vwaʀ') is French for Goodbye.
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Au Revoir is a French equivalent of 'Goodbye'. The word 'au' combines the preposition 'à' and the masculine definite article 'le' to mean 'to the'. The infinitive 'revoir'
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1. Read the English-French Translation. : Hello: Bonjour. Good evening: Bonsoir. Mr: monsieur. Mrs: madame. Miss (Ms. mademoiselle. What's your name? Comment vous appelez? / Comment
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The English to French translation for "good-bye" is "au revoir" Thanks
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