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|Spanish to Spanish translations [PRO]|
Medical - Medical: Dentistry / U.S. English to U.S. Spanish
|Spanish term or phrase: examen/exámen|
|new patient exam|
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I've seen this word written both ways. Could somebody please tell me which is correct, or what the difference is, please? Thank you in advance!
The general rule is that, when the last syllable of a word ends in either *n* or *s*, the penultimate syllable is accented, in the absence of a written accent elsewhere in the word.
Thus, an accent is not needed here.
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