The word Mexico does have an accent in Spanish, but not in English. There are no accents in English; the words in which we are used to seeing them (resume, fiancee) are actually words from other languages - usually French - that have been loaned into English.
The word "Mexico" looks so similar in Spanish and English that I don't think it matters if you use the accent when writing in English.
On the e: MÃ©xico.
Mexico uses the acute accent.
the word general does not have a written accent
The English word "arithmetic" carries no accent mark. The equivalent Spanish word 'aritmetica' has an accent over the 'e'.
I just love your accent!
If you are talking about an accent mark called the 'accute accent', then no. It does not.
The accent is on the first syllable.
Latin America accent
The Spanish word for "cheese" is "queso", no accent mark.
You stress the 'a' when you pronounce it, but the word general does not have a written accent.