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One vowel, one consonant

Post by Ivokyuftaf6666 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:44 pm

I have created a new game.
The main rule of this game is the following: In each move the order of letters should be one vowel, one consonant, then one vowel again, and so on... No consecutive consonants . And no consecutive vowels. :-)
If the last move ends in a vowel, the next one should start with a consonant. And if the last one ends in a consonant, the next one should start with a vowel. :smile:
The move can be a single existing word, a phrase or a whole sentence.
The next post does not have to be related to the last one in terms of meaning, but if it is, it will be even better. :smile:

Example
-Abaca (vowel, consonant, vowel, consonant, vowel. That's why it fits.)
-Red
-One
-Cake

Have fun! :smile:

I will put the beginning of this ASDF game with the following move.

A cow is a nice, legit animal. :smile:
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Re: One vowel, one consonant

Post by atomtengeralattjaro » Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:37 pm

A nice game.
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Re: One vowel, one consonant

Post by Ivokyuftaf6666 » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:10 pm

Wow, awesome tale, my mate! :smile:

(The idea of this move is "Thank you for the awesome comment, my friend." ) :smile:
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:) :) :) :) :) :) :)
:)Ivokyuftaf6666 :)
:) :) :) :) :) :) :)

Quotations, all from my beloved Games section. :smile:
Userlvg wrote:Virtue Ivokyuftaf6666 relax-fully teaches, upmost optimistic, undoubtedly splendiferous
Userlvg wrote:Ivokyuftaf6666 is a kind and gentle person who is very caring for his friends
Froggychum wrote:i see why you get so many 6's in skewl. IVO IS EXCELLENT
atomtengeralattjaro wrote:Ivo is the kind of person who likes to be kind to others.
Ivokyuftaf6666 is immensely grateful to Atomtengeralattjaro, to Userlvg and to Froggychum.

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Re: One vowel, one consonant

Post by atomtengeralattjaro » Sat Sep 15, 2018 9:53 am

Some games are tiresome.

(I meant to say difficult, but all other synonyms I found don't work here. Difficult is good because I like the challenge, but it may make the game go slower. It's okay though.)


(How do you decide if "y" is a wovel or a consonant?
I just realized that my understanding of wovels and consonants is solely based on my native language as I've never learned what English considers a wovel or consonant, especially regarding the pronounciations of the letter 'Y'. It's a bit confusing to have a letter that can be both a wovel and a consonant depending on context. But, as far as I understand the concept, for it to be a wovel you should be able to pronounce it without "audible friction" caused by the tongue touching or coming very close to the palate.
But this is all probably too confusing and arbitrary. I've just read some explanations and it makes no sense to me, the "y" in "my" for example depends totally on how you pronounce it...)
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Re: One vowel, one consonant

Post by Ivokyuftaf6666 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:29 am

Sudan is exotic awesomely nicely . :smile:

(I wrote this because I like exotic places.)
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Sat Sep 15, 2018 9:53 am
How do you decide if "y" is a wovel or a consonant?
The letter Y is always a vowel, for the purposes of this game. :smile:

Vowels - A, E, I, O, U, Y
Consonants - All other letters
Other characters (such as commas, dashes , doits, the sign "&", etc.) , are neither consonants, nor vowels.

(For the purposes of this game, this differentiation does not depend on the pronunciation.) :smile:
:) :) :) :) :) :) :)
:)Ivokyuftaf6666 :)
:) :) :) :) :) :) :)

Quotations, all from my beloved Games section. :smile:
Userlvg wrote:Virtue Ivokyuftaf6666 relax-fully teaches, upmost optimistic, undoubtedly splendiferous
Userlvg wrote:Ivokyuftaf6666 is a kind and gentle person who is very caring for his friends
Froggychum wrote:i see why you get so many 6's in skewl. IVO IS EXCELLENT
atomtengeralattjaro wrote:Ivo is the kind of person who likes to be kind to others.
Ivokyuftaf6666 is immensely grateful to Atomtengeralattjaro, to Userlvg and to Froggychum.

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