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The schwa sound is the most common vowel sound in the English language. It sounds like the short u sound, uh as in up.
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English Pronunciation, Lesson 08 - Schwa Sound
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Read this sentence. --- "I need the address in order to address the package" --- Did use the schwa vowel sound? Did you say ad-dress, a-dress, uh-dress or both? -- If children are reading and spelling for you, then you should know why they struggle with certain words. READ and SHARE with your friends.
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Pronunciation Practice: Schwa Part 1
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The reduced vowel sound called schwa is the most common vowel sound in spoken English. Schwa is a quick, relaxed, neutral vowel pronunciation very close to a 'short u' /ʌ/. The purpose of schwa is to allow unstressed syllables to be said more quickly so the main beats of spoken words are easier to place on the stressed syllables.