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French Accents

Learn and Practice your French accents; ç,è,Ü, and so on!

é accent aigu (makes the flat "e" sound as in Lycèe).
à, è, ù L' accent grave (makes the French "e" sound like a flat "U" like in Mère).
ë, ï, ü Le Trèma represents a single sound, before the front vowels e and i (or before nearly all vowels). In the few exceptions where the u is pronounced, a trèma is added to it.
â, ê, î, ô, û Le circonflexe (makes the sound hardened so that the vowl is pronounced, such as hôtel).
ç Le, Çedille (Makes the "C" sound soft like an "s" such as Çedille or garçon).
Accent The intonation of people from a particular country or area.
Ecolè school
Garçon boy
Colère color
Zèbra Zebra
Created by: lucranch