From: Dominikus Scherkl \(MGW\) (DominikusScherkl@mgw-online.de)
Date: Thu Jul 15 2004 - 04:56:04 CDT
> > Secondly, the dieresis is used to indicate that two vowels are
> > pronounced separately. I haven't seen a case where the vowels would
> > already be accented.
> There are such cases
May be, but it doesn't matter - no german reader would ever take
any combination of diacritics for an umlaut + something else,
because in german such combinations simply doesn't exist.
Only the tréma alone could be confused.
-- Viele Grüße aus Gernsheim Dominikus Scherkl
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