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

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in french is pronounce like a in maze, gaze or simply like the sound of English letter A.
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There is no such accent in French.It is either , or over e.
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E is pronounced as "a" (as in about) when it has an accent it is pronounced as ae (as in ate).
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1. L ??accent aigu( ? ): The aigu accent points to the right and upward. Only appearing above the letter e, it changes the letter ??s pronunciation to ay ??for example, m decin (may-deh-sehn, meaning doctor), touffer, (ay-too-fay, meaning to stifle), 2. L ??accent grave( ?) : 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
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E as a "along"
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In French the letter "e" has to be pronounced as follows:(depending on the following letter after "e") 1) -------- ex: Parl (spoke)------e as in pet 2) --------- ex: p re (father)-----a as in pat, bag, mad
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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 : Caf -( 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
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If it's accent aigu, it is pronounced like the alphabet 'A' in English.
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