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BV! 1 CP accents

Herron, Bon voyage! 1, Chapitre préliminaire, les accents

l’accent aigu appears only over the letter e
l’accent aigu changes from cOUld to skAte
l’accent grave appears over a, e, or u
l’accent circonflexe used to look like this: ~
l’accent circonflexe appears over any of the vowels
la cédille the only accent to appear under a letter
le tréma appears over e, i, or u
le tréma appears over the second of two vowels in a dipthong
le tréma causes two vowel sounds side by side to be pronounced separately
l’accent grave changes the entire meaning of a word
la cédille is never applied to a c when the c appears in front of an e or i
la cédille makes the letter c have a soft sound when the c appears in front of a, o, or u
la cédille the only accent to be applied to a consonant instead of a vowel
l’accent circonflexe used to be an s in Old French
l’accent grave changes from cOUld to Excellent
Created by: herronm