In Germany we have no double dots over E. This is a french type.
first sentence: o.k., second sentence: not, as far as I know.
E with dots is used in Albany, e.g. the name of its capital is Prishtin�. And it is used in Dutch: the combination "ie" is normally pronounced like "ee" in English "feed", to force a spelling of "ee-e" where the last "e" stands for a short unstressed vowel; the two dots are used to force the separation.
Part of the "German" vowels are much more wide spread:
� and � are Turkish as well, "same" sound as in German
� is also Swedish, "same" sound as in German
� is used in Spanish to force a "u" to be pronounced separately in combinations "gue..." or "gui" and has nothing to do with the sound of the German �.
There may be a lot more languages in the world which make use of these double dots...
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