|Subject:||Re: We call it "trema"|
|Author:||Jenna (Authenticated as Jenna R)|
|Date:||July 3, 2006 at 7:56:46 PM|
|Reply to:||We call it "trema" by Ylva|
Yes, it's a trema, which is used in French to indicate that two adjacent vowels are pronounced separately: "zo-EH"
I'm surpised that Zoé is a legimate spelling. In this version, he accent does create the 'eh' sound, but the 'oe', by French pronunciation rules, would be a diphthong.
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