Re: AP style questions: e-mail, Web site
As of March 2011, there is no longer a hyphen in the word "email."
As an act of reciprocity, the Academie Francaise have adopted a new spelling for the English word "enamel" which is of course email in French. It is now to be spelt e-namel. A directive for the complete reworking of Canadian French is still under discussion.
Petit problème, m'excuse, ce n'est pas encore vendredi.
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