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One of our users, Stan Rogers, mentioned there was such a distinction, I think, when he answered a question and talked about how the orthography of foreign loan-words typically changes to conform with the usual rules of English spelling. Anyway, if I’m remembering the episode correctly, can someone make that distinction clear to me? As a native English speaker, the only distinction I’m aware of is that people who speak French are more likely to use the circumflex. Just read Henry Seton Merriman aka Hugh Stowell Scott’s wonderful The Last Hope and noticed ‘rôle’ used throughout – published posthumously, it seems, in 1904. Or one could say that if the circumflex is good enough for John le Carré, then it’s probably good enough for the rest of us.

English, French, and German one needed three typewriters, one for each language. IBM created the Selectric typewriter, however, one still might need three interchangeable “typeballs”. The PC eliminated the need for duplication through its design. AND say “an hotel” with a soft “H”. Use comments to ask for more information or suggest improvements.