This list have the right to be used to assist young readers practice multisyllable words with brief vowel sounds and also schwa sounds.




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What is a schwa? A schwa is a vowel sound in an unpled syllable, whereby a vowel does no make its lengthy or short vowel sound. It normally sounds prefer the short /u/ sound, however is softer and weaker. The schwa sound is the most usual vowel sound (and the only speech sound through its very own special name). Examples of a schwa:

a: balloone: problemi: familyo: bottomu: supporty: analysis
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