Category Archives: Vowels

Alpha, New beginning, Andy Warhol and Avatar


The last blog in the vowel series. I have deliberately left A for last to mark a new beginning. Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet, Omega is the last one. Saying “Alpha and Omega” is very similar … Continue reading

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You and U


The fourth blog on vowels theme is about you. Not really you, but more about U. U is the symbol for “you” in chat slang. It is also a symbol for Union in mathematics. To stay in the science field, … Continue reading

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Oxygen, Oxymora and Oscars


Today’s post continues my series of vowel inspired stories. To make it similar in style to previous two posts, I will list some things associated to O. O is a chemical symbol for Oxygen. But this is just in periodic … Continue reading

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I am…


Teacher: Tell me a sentence that starts with an “I“. Student: I is the… Teacher: Stop! Never put ‘is’ after an “I“. Always put ‘am’ after an “I“. Student: OK. I am the ninth letter of the alphabet. There is … Continue reading

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How E is shaping our lives


One of the most important vowels in our daily lives is E. After switching on the computer we check E‑mail. Once a week we need to pay a bill via E-bank. Recently I have opened a PayPal account, which belongs … Continue reading

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