How is the letter ' ö ' pronounced?
In German it is pronounced as a u and in Swedish it is pronounced as a œ
How Is it pronounced in English?
Why does it need a special symbol at all? Why can or Why cannot the names of German/Swedish people do without this symbol?
""Ö", or "ö", is a character used in several extended Latin alphabets, or the letter O with umlaut to denote the front vowels [ø] or [œ]. In languages without umlaut, the character is also used as a "O with diaeresis" to denote a syllable break, wherein its pronunciation remains an unmodified [o]."
"The character is also used as a "O with diaeresis" to denote a syllable break" What does this mean?
How Does the O with an umlaut differ from an o with a diaeresis?