- Native English speakers don’t pronounce the ‘o’ vowel in the 1st syllable. It's pronounced as an 'ə' instead.
Is this true?
When I say "Today" I say /tuˈdeɪ/ , NOT /təˈdeɪ/. Is there a special linguistic term for this type of pronounciation? I am not sure if it's an idiolect or dialect thing.