Aigu- á, é, í, ó, ú-When on an e, it makes the sound ay as in fray. example: l'eau minérale This one tilts to the right. Grave- à, è, ì, ò, ù- On e, it makes the eh sound as in jet. example: très. This one tilts to the left. Trema- ä, ë, ï, ö, ü- This makes it so that the sound doesn't go on forever, and stops, example: Noël. This one is two dots! Circonflexe-â, ê, î, ô, û- This one means that the spelling used to be different historically. example: hôtel. it looks like a little arrow pointing up. Çedile- ç- is on a c, and makes it have an s sound, instead of k. Example: français
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Most feminine words have e's at the end. All feminine words in french have the article: la, or une. Masculine words have: le, or un. The plural is: les.
It takes discrimination to tell the difference between a good wine and just an expensive wine.
'dis' means 'tell', 'tell me'
put easily on the side with the number if it has leaves then its a french franc and if not its belgian
You can tell the difference between two elephants by the size and the colour of the elephant.
Can you tell the difference between Vyvanse and Concerta in a drug test
how can you tell the difference between a tortoise and a turtle by shell in picture
To me, there's no difference.
The same way you can tell the gender difference between a dog or a human.
how to tell the difference between a male and female japenese beetle
You can tell the difference between two types of trees, because they leaf clues.
you can tell the difference between right and wrong from the little voice inside your head
Vending machines have laser scanners that can tell the difference between the bills.