Labor Day is a federal holiday on the first Monday of September every year. Because the last syllable is unstressed, it’s pronounced with a reduced vowel sound. Although it’s spelled “or”, it’s pronounced exactly the same as “er”, as in “teacher”.
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Autumn brings colorful leaves. In American English, the letter "o" is often not an "o" sound. In the word color, the letter "o" is a schwa sound, pronounced "uh", in both syllables. Color is pronounced "cuh-ler".