If you wish them 'Bonjour' they would invariably respond and also salute.
"Bonjour, Mademoiselle," we replied; and looked round for the shop-keeper.
"Bonjour, Monsieur," she said in her fluent anglicized French.
Then, returning to the path, shakes hands with her, says “Bonjour!”
When he was in a thoroughly good humor, he would often say, "Bonjour, madame!"
Bonjour, bonjour; vous tes un officier anglais, n'est-ce pas?
The chambermaid brought in their chocolate at eight o'clock next morning, and her brisk "Bonjour, m'sieur et madame!"
Jean I could get nothing out of except a "Bonjour, monsieur" at entering and on leaving his house.
To escape from the entanglement of his momentary inspiration, the artist becomes a man: my wife and bonjour.
It was clear he felt himself a different man in the attila to what he had been in his bonjour.