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My last piece of argument: The é accent is there to remove ambiguity. For example, with the case of the character Lady Sué (pronounced soo-weh), the é is there to make sure her name isn't read as Sue. In the same manner, we need the é in Mariam's surname so people pronounce it correctly.
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Just for clarification: The é accent is there to remove ambiguity. For example, with the case of the character Lady Sué (pronounced soo-weh), the é is there to make sure her name isn't read as Sue. In the same manner, we need the é in Mariam's surname so people pronounce it correctly.

Latest revision as of 19:15, April 6, 2017

Just for clarification: The é accent is there to remove ambiguity. For example, with the case of the character Lady Sué (pronounced soo-weh), the é is there to make sure her name isn't read as Sue. In the same manner, we need the é in Mariam's surname so people pronounce it correctly.

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