In the case of RAE, the use of the letter ‘e’ in the language is unnecessary – El Financiero

In the case of RAE, the use of the letter 'e' in the language is unnecessary - El Financiero

A slogan blanket caused controversy in Chile because it used the language it contained and stated: ‘Freedom for all now presents politics’. In this regard, a user on Twitter asked the Royal Spanish Academy of Languages ​​(RAE) if this was true.

In response, the RAE stated that the use of the vowel ‘e’ to describe the gender involved is alien to the morphology of the Spanish language. He also points out that this is unnecessary, because the grammatical masculine fulfills that function.

LGBT + community began to use the letter ‘e’ to include gender in the language. In this way, it is common to pronounce words like ‘friend’, ‘toads’, ‘les’ and ‘nosotress’, where the vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’ are substituted.


It should be noted that in October 2020, RAE included ‘Elle’ in its Observatory as part of the language it contains. He withdrew it a few days later because it confused people.

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