My Skype student Wendy wrote a nice piece using sports related vocabulary for homework, and agreed to share it with you. So here it is!
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Le ciel était couvert et il faisait frais lorsque notre bus est arrivé à Verdun. Le temps reflétait notre humeur, qui était un peu maussade, parce que nous allions visiter le champ de bataille de Verdun, le site d’une des plus violentes batailles de la première guerre mondiale.
Pinterest's interface in France is still in English. So French people using Pinterest are going to use English words, with a strong French accent. However, the French also use some French words - they may prove useful when following a conversation about Pinterest in French.