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Monday, July 15, 2019

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I think the answer is 'B'

B

(A) answer

C

B

(B)
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Note:
Diacritical marks are graphic signs that put on the above, below and sometimes within or on the middle of two letters to modify the sounds of the letters.

B

B

Guess by reading the whole article ‘Diacritics’ are marks used in original languages of that countries which seemingly do not appear on English typing keyboard so then can be omitted when are used in English like ‘ I ‘ with two dots above in naive.

B

C

Diacritics are signs when marked above or below the word will change its pronunciation such as cave n cafe'
Cafe' e at the end has accent above making it pronounce cafey...
Whereas in 'cave"it is accent free so cave
Is pronounced differently

C

C

B

B

c

C

C

B
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Diacritics are used in Vietnamese language too :)

I have a question about the following sentence:
"Rarely, they may even added to a loanword for this reason, as in maté,..."

"added" doesn't appear to be in the correct form, right?

PS. This is my first post here in this blog, and I wanna say hello to everyone :p

I think the answer is B. The last sentence of the second paragraph can prove this.

C

Answer B

C

C

B

C

B

I think the answer is A.

C

Absolutely C

B

Khanh Khanh,

Well noticed. It should say “be added”. I’ve just corrected it.

Hello and welcome!

CORRECT ANSWER FROM SIMON:

B

Sir,why the correct answer is B as we know it is all about 'The English Alphabet'.

B

C

B

C

B

B

c

B

(C)
I think the reason should be C, because the article said that people omit the diacritics, and some french words' diacritics was drop put.

D

C

B

A

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