Schwa Has One Good Life…

18 Jan

Here’s a quick little linguistic joke since the weekend is just about there! Time for some (minor) relaxation! I just love these “Linguist Llama” memes… some are quite funny.:)

On a side note: I’ve finally got some responses back on possible SLP shadow opportunities! Now I just need to get some more responses, as well as some volunteer placements and I’ll be one happy lady this semester!

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2 Responses to “Schwa Has One Good Life…”

  1. Trina January 18, 2013 at 12:40 pm #

    Linguists and SLPs use the IPA alphabet to transcribe words to pronounce them. Schwa is a letter for a vowel sound thats only in unstressed syllables, and then there’s another vowel symbol called ‘ wedge’ thats in stressed syllables.

  2. Barney January 18, 2013 at 11:05 am #

    ok..I give up…what does SCHWA mean?
    8^)

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