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i take spanish class so you can trust me on this: door = puerta bathroom = bano with an accent mark over the n door in the bathroom would be: puerta en el bano( accent mark over n_
el bano (the n has an accent above it so its pronounced "el bon-yo"
there is no accent mark on the word formidable
The accent mark over this letter é is an acute accent. The accent mark over this letter è is a grave accent. The accent mark over this letter ê is a circumflex accent. The mark under this letter ç is a cedilla.
if = si (withOUT the accent mark) yes = Sí (with the accent mark)
No. Now, if you spell it out as "televisión", you do use an accent mark.
If you are talking about an accent mark called the 'accute accent', then no. It does not.
The accent is normally omitted in English.
The accent in frequencia is on the i. If there is ever anything that ends in "-ia", the i has an accent mark.
There is an accent if you're saying yes.
Bano Begum has written: 'Bano beauty polar'
The English word "arithmetic" carries no accent mark. The equivalent Spanish word 'aritmetica' has an accent over the 'e'.