1. English and other languages used in Western Europe are based on Latin script and use only Latin characters — sometimes with added accents (diacritical marks).
2. A diacritical mark placed above a vowel to indicate a LONG. sound or phonetic value in pronunciation, such as(?in the word make.
3. Different dynamic-models based on diacritical investigation modes, intentions and analysis angles have divergent mechanism and explanatory functions.
4. The diacritical marks are explained under Notes on Pronunciation.
5. A mind of great diacritical power.
6. Suppose that all the major, diacritical oppositions with which we order our world were traversed by seduction, instead of being based on contrasts and oppositions.
7. Vowels can be written as independent letters, or by using a variety of diacritical marks which are written above, below, before or after the consonant they belong to.
8. Other vowels are written as independent letters, or by using a variety of diacritical marks which are written above, below, before or after the consonant they belong to.
9. Its two main features strongly attracted me: it was based upon English and Esperanto; and it had no diacritical marks.
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