A bar over a vowel indicates that the vowel is?
it is a vowel
A horizontal line This "horizontal line" that indicates a long vowel is called a Macron. The curved line(the "smile") over a short vowel is a Breve.
The bar that indicates a long vowel sound is called a macron. The macron E is ē.
The down-curved symbol is called a breve (from Latin brevis for brief). (The bar that indicates long vowels is called a macron.)
A bar or a line over a particular Roman numeral indicates that it is to be multiplied by a thousand.
The straight line or bar over the top is called a macron and indicates a LONG vowel. ē = long E as in me and bee The short E sound is indicated by a curved line called a breve (Latin for short). ĕ = short E as in bed and yet
If you look up a word in a dictionary, the dictionary will tell you the pronunciation using special symbols placed above the letters - the curved line indicates a short vowel, the straight line indicates a long vowel.
A double bar line indicates the end of a section in music.
The long vowel bar is called a macron. The curved short vowel mark is a breve.
A bar over a Roman numeral indicates that the number is to be multiplied 1000 times. M represents 1000, so an M with a bar over it would be one million.
A bar over a Roman numeral indicates that the number is to be multiplied 1000 times. M represents 1000, so an M with a bar over it would be one million
Hau`oli lã hanau. The `okina indicates a quick pause in the voice pronouncing both the vowel sounds before and after separately. The kãhako indicates to hold the sound of the vowel it's over for a little longer. Spoken it is how-(quick pause)-oh-lee law hä-now.
Over a long vowel it is called a breve, and over a short vowel, I believe it is called a circumflex.
The schwa is an unstressed vowel sound, usually eh or uh, and occasionally ih. The symbol is ə.
a short vowel
A double bar indicates the end of a piece. It consists of a thin bar line followed by a thick bar line. If it is immediately preceded by two dots that means to repeat.
The time signature 2/4 indicates two crotchet beats in every bar.
The scroll box on the vertical scroll bar indicates the position of the page or location on the page. If the scroll box is in the middle of the slide, the location is on the middle of the current page. A long bar indicates that the page size is very small.
Pree-w`et (backtick indicates stressed vowel).
The short bar above a letter is called a macron and means a long vowel sound.
A long vowel sound is marked by a bar across the top, called a macron.
A double bar line indicates that the song is finished
A double bar-line indicates the end of a section. When the second line is thicker than the first, it indicates the end of the piece.
The long vowel symbol is a bar across the top of the letter, called a macron. The short vowel symbol is a U-shaped curved line called a breve.
short vowel sign
a double bar line is what music is played on ( i am 12 years old)" No...not at all... A double bar-line indicates the end of a section. When the second line is thicker than the first, it indicates the end of the piece.
The t' in t'appelles stands for the pronoun "te". It indicates who is concerned (in that case, "you / yourself"). As frequent in French (and other languages), the vowel is dropped when the following word also begins by a vowel (or vowel sound).
0.1818181818181818181818........ ect. round as you please, or draw a bar on top of the first "18" which indicates those numbers repeat for ever.
The name "Barbie" has a rhotic A (bar as in car) and a long E vowel sound, and is pronounced bar'-bee.
The pronunciation mark over a short vowel is a curved line called a breve. breve
What do you call a graphical representation of a group of data in witch the height of each bar indicates its value?
a bar graph
No, each determiner has a meaning: The indicates a specific person, place, or thing. A indicates any person, place, or thing that starts with a consonant. An indicates any person, place, or thing that starts with a vowel.
In certain languages, such as Latin and pinyin Mandarin, a macron is placed over the top of a vowel. The most common use for this diacritic is to indicate the long vowel in a word.
Oocyte. The word has three syllables, which led to the old spelling "oöcyte". The dieresis over the second 'o' indicates that it is pronounced separately from the preceding vowel.
The bar code has nothing in it that indicates a food contains GMOs, so you can't tell from the bar code.
A general purpose diode is drawn as a triangle with a bar at the triangle tip, perpendicular to it. The bar indicates the cathode.
Yes, the schwa indicates an unstressed vowel sound that may vary from eh to ih to uh. The schwa symbol is a lowercase reverse e ( ə ).
The symbol that indicates a short vowel is a curved line called a breve. It looks like ĕ .
Menu bar consist of menus like home,insert,edit,e.t.c while the most top bar which indicates the document status is called title bar.
A diaeresis is normally located above the second of two adjacent vowels. It indicates that the two sounds are to be pronounced separately, rather than as a diphthong. For example, 'naïve'.
9 indicates this product is organic
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