Craig Winchell wrote:Gary:
So there is a cedilla? That would be interesting, because it is typically not found in Spanish, although it is found in French and Portuguese. But old Spanish used to have a cedilla. For those not in the know, the cedilla is the "appendix" hanging from the bottom of a "C", like in facade, that makes it a soft rather than hard c when followed by a, o or u, vowels which normally require the c to exhibit a hard, K sound.
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