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Unformatted text preview: eh as in the e in get. An accent circonflexe ( ) may be placed on any vowel but causes no perceptible sound change. It, too, often replaces a s from old French, which may give a clue to the meaning of the word. fort = forest A cdille ( ) is placed under a c (), to create a soft (s) sound before the letters a, o , or u . a (sah) A trma ( ) is placed on the second of two consecutive vowels to indicate that each vowel is pronounced independently. Nol (noh- ehl )...
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- Spring '08