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- Michael G. Schneider
September 4, 2004, 1:25 pm
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"Umlaute". These are one of the vocals "aou" with two dots on top of it.
There is a two-character substitution for an Umlaut, being the vocal plus an
When searching in Google, it seems as if Google knows that "umlaut-a" is the
same as "ae".
However, it seems as if Google differentiates between the singular and the
plural form of a noun. And variations of a noun or a verb also seem be to
regarded as different by Google.
Does Google know language specific grammar rules? Are these documented?
Michael G. Schneider
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