Martin Schöön <>:
> Related anecdote from Phoenix AZ. By now you have noticed my family
> name: Schöön. On airline tickets and boarding passes in the U.S. it
> gets spelled Schoeoen.

Do Swedes do that German thing, too? If you have to write Finnish
without ä and ö, you simply leave out the dots. (On the other hand, if
you need š or ž and don't have them, you replace them with sh and zh.)


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