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10-13-2010, 08:18 PM
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Theodoriph
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"The Rocket" should "Le Rocket" or "La Comète"

"Temple de la renomme" should be "Temple de la renomme du hockey" since it's the Hockey Hall of Fame and not just the Hall of Fame (there are many halls of fame =P)

"le Canadien de Montreal" should be "les Canadiens de Montreal"

"ligue nationale de hockey" should be "Ligue nationale de hockey (LNH)" - The brackets are because you use LNH later, so this informs the reader that you will be using the acronym in the future. I don't know how picky your teachers are, but it's a good habit to get into.



That's all I'm going to mention because it's been so long since I took French.

But...you might want to check out http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Richard if you're uncertain about how to phrase certain things....not that the grammar on the French wiki is necessarily correct, but it's probably better than a high school level French class.

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