UrbanPro

Learn French Language from the Best Tutors

  • Affordable fees
  • 1-1 or Group class
  • Flexible Timings
  • Verified Tutors

How do I pronounce an "e" with a (') accent on top?

Asked by Last Modified  

Follow 0
Answer

Please enter your answer

Tutor

é in french is pronounce like a in maze, gaze or simply like the sound of English letter A.
Comments

French Language Professor [ Bac, Fac, PhD ] with teaching experience of 25 years

There is no such accent in French.It is either é , è or ê over e.
Comments

French Language Trainer With 12+ Years Experience

E is pronounced as "a" (as in about) when it has an accent it is pronounced as ae (as in ate).
Comments

French Teacher, German Teacher, Spanish Teacher

1. Lâ??accent aigu(Ã? ): The aigu accent points to the right and upward. Only appearing above the letter e, it changes the letterâ??s pronunciation to ayâ??for example, médecin (may-deh-sehn, meaning doctor), étouffer, (ay-too-fay, meaning to stifle), 2. Lâ??accent grave(Ã?) : The grave accent...
read more
1. Lâ??accent aigu(Ã? ): The aigu accent points to the right and upward. Only appearing above the letter e, it changes the letterâ??s pronunciation to ayâ??for example, médecin (may-deh-sehn, meaning doctor), étouffer, (ay-too-fay, meaning to stifle), 2. Lâ??accent grave(Ã?) : The grave accent points to the left and upward. It can appear over any vowel, but it only alters pronunciation when over the letter e. While, depending on context, unaccented eâ??s may be pronounced several different ways, eâ??s with grave accents are always pronounced ehh, like the e in the English word set. Examples: très (treh, meaning very) deuxième (doo-zee-ehm, meaning second, as in second place). read less
Comments

English Tutor

E as a "along"
Comments

French Tutor

In French the letter "e" has to be pronounced as follows:(depending on the following letter after "e") 1) é-------- ex: Parlé(spoke)------e as in pet 2) è--------- ex: père (father)-----a as in pat, bag, mad
Comments

Professor in French language

1. Accent aigu ('): This accent is inclined in this manner (') over a letter. When an acute accent is placed over a letter, the letter is pronounced by drawing lips towards ears.This accent is used mainly over "e".when placed over "e", it is pronounced like " ae ". Examples : Café -( ka-feh ) coffee...
read more
1. Accent aigu ('): This accent is inclined in this manner (') over a letter. When an acute accent is placed over a letter, the letter is pronounced by drawing lips towards ears.This accent is used mainly over "e".when placed over "e", it is pronounced like " ae ". Examples : Café -( ka-feh ) coffee Doré -( do -reh ) golden 2. Accent grave : (`) - The mark (`) over a letter is called the grave accent . When a grave accent is placed , the pronunciation is very much like a letter in English followed by "ai " . Examples : Là - ( laa ) there Crème - ( creh - emh ) cream. read less
Comments

French Tutor

If it's accent aigu, it is pronounced like the alphabet 'A' in English.
Comments

View 6 more Answers

Related Questions

What is the best institute to learn French in Kolkatta?
L'Alliance de Francaise de Kolkatta.
Kirti

Hello Team,

Could some one suggest me the Book (Syllabus) for C1 Exam?

I want to write this exam as " Candidat Libre".

 

Thanks for your suggestions,

Have a nice day,

Regards,

 

Alter Ego <<C1>> gives a variety of articles and vocabulary that will guide you through C1. Of course, you will have to do more research online after going through the book to make yourself familiar with the level.
Mangesh
0 0
5
i want to learn French language with thorough.I need to learn French speaking ang writing within 3 months.
Hi Hinal, in 3 months of time, we can complete beginner's level and more if you dedicate ample time and commitement. Please post your requirement or find us on Urbanpro to get started. All the best !
Hinal
Which is the best institute for French language in Delhi YMCA or Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan?
Bonjour Nishant , I would recommend you BVB. This institute has great experience in Teaching Foreign Languages Moreover, The faculty is qualified. As far as French Language is concern I would suggest...
Nishant

Now ask question in any of the 1000+ Categories, and get Answers from Tutors and Trainers on UrbanPro.com

Ask a Question

Related Lessons

La Famille Lesson 01 Std 9 CBSE
Leçon 01-La Famille The Family Akansha se présente (Akansha presents herself) Akansha: je m’appelle Akansha. J’ai...

French Verses About Littérateur Savant
1. "La source et l'océan" La source tombait du rocherGoutte à goutte à la mer affreuse.L'océan, fatal au nocher,Lui dit: Que me veux-tu, pleureuse?Je suis la tempête et...

Subject Pronouns: French & English
1. What is a Subject? Ans: Anything we talk about is the subject. We usually talk about a person or thing. That becomes the subject of our talk. How do we address them? With a name. That is the Noun. We...

Formules de politesse et autres salutations en français
Quelle que soit la langue que vous apprenez, il est crucial de savoir comment s’adresser à une personne sans l’offenser, voire prendre le risque de l’insulter, et ce tout particulièrement...

Les Articles Définis : Definite Articles
In French, nouns (substantives m.) are either masculine (m.) or feminine (f.). Each gender has its own article. le jour m. the day la nuit f. the night Les is the plural article...

Recommended Articles

When it comes to learning a new international language - the options are varied. Specially if you have no plan of stepping across the borders, then you may wonder which language, to begin with? The aim of learning a new language is not to solely to get the job of an interpreter. It is to enhance our knowledge about the...

Read full article >

In today’s era of globalization, English as the primary official language has lost much of its sheen. Regional languages are much in demand and with countries like China, Japan and Korea making their presence felt in the international scenario, the career prospects for a Language Translator have increased multifold. Translation...

Read full article >

Bilingual candidates are high in demand in multinational corporations around the world. Today, we live in a fast-paced life where business dynamics are changing every day. So organisations need people who have the right language skills and trending technical knowledge to meet and solve business requirements. Candidates...

Read full article >

Is French grammar deterring your progress in learning the French language? Well, you can keep aside your worries now and start learning French grammar easily. Actually, learning French grammar can be easier than you think if you know the rules right. To help you perfect your French grammar skills, we have listed few important...

Read full article >

Looking for French Language Classes?

Learn from the Best Tutors on UrbanPro

Are you a Tutor or Training Institute?

Join UrbanPro Today to find students near you
X

Looking for French Language Classes?

The best tutors for French Language Classes are on UrbanPro

  • Select the best Tutor
  • Book & Attend a Free Demo
  • Pay and start Learning

Learn French Language with the Best Tutors

The best Tutors for French Language Classes are on UrbanPro

This website uses cookies

We use cookies to improve user experience. Choose what cookies you allow us to use. You can read more about our Cookie Policy in our Privacy Policy

Accept All
Decline All

UrbanPro.com is India's largest network of most trusted tutors and institutes. Over 55 lakh students rely on UrbanPro.com, to fulfill their learning requirements across 1,000+ categories. Using UrbanPro.com, parents, and students can compare multiple Tutors and Institutes and choose the one that best suits their requirements. More than 7.5 lakh verified Tutors and Institutes are helping millions of students every day and growing their tutoring business on UrbanPro.com. Whether you are looking for a tutor to learn mathematics, a German language trainer to brush up your German language skills or an institute to upgrade your IT skills, we have got the best selection of Tutors and Training Institutes for you. Read more