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Schwa unstressed in English?
I don't get it -- I often see this mention that, unlike English (among other languages), the schwa in Romanian and other languages can be stressed. But I've seen words in English, either monosyllabic or derived, which had the stress on a schwa (ə), such as "bone" (UK: [bəʊn], according to Wiktionary) and its derivatives.--Printz150 (talk) 09:31, 21 April 2012 (UTC)