Speech Work: Vowel Sounds
Structure: Verbs (Active and Passive Voice)
Comprehension: Reading to Follow Direction in Written Communication
Composition: Expository Essay
Aspect: Speech work
Topic: Vowel Sounds
Sub-topic: The Schwa Sound /Ə/
This vowel represents the weak form of a weak a vowel in an unaccented position. It could be used in the weak form of these words like ‘and’ ‘but’ ‘an’ ‘can’. Examples of words where it is prominent are:
Write twenty other words with /Ə/.
Sub-topics: Active and Passive Voices
A verb is used to express an action or a state of being. A verb changes its form to mark such categories as tense, aspects, voice etc.
This refers to a situation where the action is done by the subject in the sentence.
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