The final E has the schwa sound (ur/er).
'Serene' itself is not a schwa, as a schwa is an unstressed vowel sound. In 'serene', the schwa occurs in the first e.
I also had to learn about schwa so this is the answer- Schwa ends with an a so that's why, but direction is a schwa word too.
Yes, some garages does have the schwa sound
It is in the last syllable, -a is a schwa.
The "I" is the schwa in circus
Yes. The "a" in about is a schwa.
The schwa is in the first syllable of content. Con Tent. the schwa would be on the con.AnswerThere is no schwa in "content". A schwa is an elided vowel, and both "o" and "e' are pronounced clearly in this word.
The A has the schwa (unstressed sound) which is actually a schwa-R (ehr/uhr).
It is in the second syllable: -a is a schwa.
there is no schwa sound in brilliant
the schwa sound is the a in ah- bout
Yes it is. The schwa for the word "cardinal" is "a".
an schwa(o) ther
Yes, the first -a is a schwa.
Yes. The "uh" sound is a schwa sound.
The ISBN of The Schwa Was Here is 9780525471820.
The Schwa Was Here was created in 2004.
The schwa sound is the u or the e
There is no "schwa" sound in the word mountain.
the answer to the schwa in gravel is e
This depends on your pronunciation. For me there is no schwa in composition. But some people might pronounce the 'o' in the second syllable - po - as a schwa. The words herd or bird have a schwa in them. (for my pronunciation).
This depends on how you pronounce whistle. The way I pronounce whistle there is no schwa. But some people may pronounce the -i- as a schwa.
yes.the word pleasure have schwa sound.