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It includes a full explanation of what it is and how you can use it in a dialogue with an audio example. And also the useful stuff we sprinkled like synonyms, slow pronunciation audio, dialogue example and more!
The literal meaning is:
“À demain” is the common way to express “See you tomorrow” in French.
When you know for sure that you will see the person tomorrow, you can include “À demain” when you say goodbye. You can also use “On se voit demain” (We see each other tomorrow) which is a bit more informal.
But if instead of seeing the person tomorrow, you will see him/her another day, you should adapt how you say goodbye.
You might hear some French people saying something weird: “À deux pieds” (literally: “to two feet” but it doesn’t mean anything) instead of “À demain“
Simply because “demain” sounds exactly like “deux mains” which means “two hands“. And so people are sometimes having fun with that and replacing “hands” with “feet” which makes it become → “À deux pieds“.
Which makes this kind of weird dialogue to happen: