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Phrases used in ending conversations

Which phrases are typically used when ending conversations? I know that au revoir and à bientôt are normally used, but surely that are many more phrases that can be used to end a conversation, so I ...
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What does “à bientôt” mean exactly?

So here is the context: Suppose as a tourist one is helped by someone (not a local though), talking to the locals to get the right directions for me etc. Chances of meeting again seem negligible ...
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What is this informal greeting in French containing “forme” and similar to “what's up”?

I often listen to a phrase that has “tu” and “forme” in it which is used as an informal greeting in the sense of “What's up”. Can you remind it, please? This question is linked but I do not find the ...
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How can one say “good morning” in French?

I've usually been told just to say “bonjour” in French when in English one would want to emphasize that it is early and you are greeting them in the morning, and would therefore say “good morning”. ...