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  • Bonjour

    Hello (good day)


    Hi or Bye (strictly informal)

    À tout à l'heure

    See you soon... within hours

    Bonne journée

    Have a good day

    Bon week-end

    Have a good week-end


    Hello again

    À bientôt

    See you soon... in days or weeks

    À la prochaine

    Until next time


    Hey (strictly informal)

    Au revoir

    Good bye (until we see each other again)

    À plus tard

    See you later

    À demain

    See you tomorrow

    À lundi

    See you Monday

    Ça va pas terrible

    It's going terribly (literal is "not terrible, but translated as "terribly")



    Je pète la forme

    I'm doing awesome (I'm in great shape/tip-top form)

    Ça va pas

    It's not going fine

    Ça va mal

    It's going badly

    Ça va très mal

    It's going very badly

    Comment ça va?

    How's it going? (remember ? mark)

    Ça va bien

    It's going well

    Ça va

    (It's going) fine

    Ça va comme ci comme ça

    It's going so-so

    Je suis claqué

    I'm exhausted (male speaking)

    Je suis claquée

    I'm exhausted (female speaking)

    Ça va super!

    It's going super


    Bye (Italian word)

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