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Is the correct verbal pronunciation of the term edu at the end of an email address eee Dee you or is it ed you?
You just say the letters. Answer It would be pronounced "eee Dee you", in the way you have put it.
Universities, Colleges, and education sited have these types of sites. After all 'edu' stands for 'education'.
.edu is an internet extension (part of a domain name) pertaining to educational institutions. Edu is also a shortened form of 'education.'
An educational institution will put a .edu to complete their web address to show that they are indeed a non-profit institute organized for educational purposes.
It basically stand for an education domain name
An address with an .edu suffix usually is a site dedicated to educational groups such as colleges and other learning institutions.
at the end of a website .edu mean that the website is an educational website, where the information posted, may be reliable. Answer 2 .edu = US educational institution…s only. New registrations are restricted to educational institutions in the US, though there are some non-US educational institutions which registered a .edu URL before this restriction came in. Three letter codes are supposed to be international. Two letter codes are countries, so it should be .edu.us, same as it is .edu.uk etc., but I don't know if this anomaly will ever be fixed.
.edu stands for education. It is used by Universities, Colleges, Schools, etc.
If a site has the suffix .edu then it is most likely is an education website.
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This is a university and due to its online option it is open all day 7 days a week. The address is 400 North Bluff Blvd., Clinton, Iowa.
when there is edu at the end of an internet address, the website has to do with education
It means it's an educational website.
The domain name edu is a sponsored top-level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Since 2001, new registrants to the domain have been required to be United States…-affiliated institutions of higher education, though before then non-U.S