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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of schwas

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of schwas:
/ʃwəz/

Derived Form of schwas

noun
root word: schwa
plural: schwas
verb
root word: schwa
Noun: schwa
1
a neutral middle vowel; occurs in unstressed syllables
Synonymsshwas,
Type ofvowel sound*, vowels,
Typesmurmur vowel*, murmurs,

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  1. Did you hear all those schwas?
  2. And put an asterik in the place of the weak schwas sound
  3. Now, put an asterik in the place of the weak schwas
  4. different places, the schwas in there... Like it's...
  5. But, learning about the schwa can be difficult, because speakers of English use schwas in
  6. In this sentence, the stressed words are like, learning and English and there are no schwas
  7. The unstressed words are do and you and they will often be pronounced as schwas.
  8. Being aware of schwas in connected speech can really improve your English listening.
  9. Of course, using schwas and connected speech in your English will also help you to sound
  10. And in information, the syllables before and after the stressed syllable reduce to schwas:
  11. You'd like a cup of tea. And these connecting words, they become schwas. You'd like a cup
  12. of tea. Because schwas are the sound in English which really connects between our stress and
  13. dum, da dum, da dum. That's why we like them. Many, many schwas in the English language.
  14. Now there are tons of schwas hiding in those
  15. But also a couple of schwas in the
  16. Where are all of the schwas there?
  17. Where are the schwas?
  18. There's quite a few schwas there.
  19. We have two schwas and an IH vowel in the unstressed syllables. Uh-na-polis. Annapolis. Annapolis.
  20. subtraction next multiplication we have lots of schwas mul tah plah kay shun and