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Diacritics are typographically mandatory on capital letters but you are in an obvious case where you have no other choice than missing them and use the unaccented letters. Dynamic traffic signals have the same issue, e.g.: That should read "TRACÉ MODIFIÉ" Image credits: https://www.ttsys.fr/library/catalogue/tts-catalogue-its.pdf It is very ...


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/ə/, a different vowel sound from /e/, is never written with "é" In the context of the French language, the notation "/e/" standardly represents a specific vowel sound. This vowel sound does not occur in the first syllables of retourner, premier, demander. Those words all have a different vowel sound, transcribed "/ə/", in the ...


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Comme Greg l'a signalé en commentaire, ces mots n'ont pas la même étymologie, mais ce phénomène est très fréquent qu'on observe aussi sur des mots qui ont la même origine. repère / repérer flair / flairer raide / raidissement Une syllabe finale qui se prononce /ɛ/ est souvent transformé en /e/ quand elle se retrouve en milieu de mot. Ce ne serait pas ...


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