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Can you match every vowel with the color that you think of when pronouncing it? Or at least some vowels with some colors? Could you explain why did you choose a certain color?

Update:

lol, jennrocka, no, it's just a game, lol

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    A: Off white, because for some reason it makes me think of vanilla ice cream.

    E: Red, no, I can't explain.

    I: Green Immortality

    O: Gold Because the chemical symbol Au, is sometime pronounced as O, as in Om instead of the three syllable AUM.

    U: Black Fear of bad grades.

    Sometimes Y: Blue Lack of knowing

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  • 1 decade ago

    Well, if you are talking about English vowels, they have like 15 distinctive vowels--- but only 5 vowels are in the alphabet, so there's a lack of corresponding writen symbols to the sounds. Well, g'luck in matching the colors :)

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  • 1 decade ago

    A - black. This is a standard letter and it makes me think of text, of the alphabet itself.

    E - Green. Maybe because 'e' is in the color.

    I - White. Don't know. That letter just seems like a skinny person standing in a snow storm surrounded by the color of ... innocence

    O - Red. It's wide and you can color a color on the inside of the letter, why not color it red.

    U - Yellow. Don't know again either. Maybe because there are more women with names beginning with U then there are men. My wifes name is Ursula; yellow is a feminine color.

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  • 1 decade ago

    A = Snow White. Because it gives me

    the feeling of a crisp clear winter day.

    E = Fiery Red. Because it makes me feel

    like I'm all flustered from riding many

    amusement park rides.

    I = Gold. For no other reason than I feel

    as though I'm a pirate plundering others

    for this precious metal.

    O = Black. For two reasons.

    1. I feel as though I'm in the dark and left out.

    2. It gives me the feeling of exploration & discovery.

    U = Canary Yellow. Because of the sense of

    euphoria & excitement it gives me being

    around fun people.

    And why not,

    Y = Sky Blue. Simply because of the wonderment

    and vastness the sound of the letter represents.

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  • 1 decade ago

    A -- reminds me of the color red because the first thing i visualized was an apple

    E -- reminds me of the color purple because the first thing i thought of was eggplant

    I -- reminds me of light blue because the first thing that came to my mind was an igloo and in cartoon drawings they are usually that icy blue color

    O -- reminds me of Orange because it starts with an O

    U -- reminds me of the color yellow because i pictured the umbrella i had when I was little and it was yellow

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  • 1 decade ago

    Oh am I an idiot tonight. I did the first letters of the alphabet... a,b,c,d,e...

    Okay, vowels.

    a = brown -- um... because it seems basic

    e = red -- because it is more strident

    i = blue -- because i seems like the lonely vowel

    o = green - empty, like envy

    u = purple - exotic

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  • Kelrec
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    a - red (a for apple n apples red)

    e - grey (e for n elephant is grey)

    i - pink (i for ice-cream, in pictures its usually pink, so remember that)

    o - orange (which came first- color orange or the fruit????)

    u - green (i had a green umbrella when i was a kid)

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  • 1 decade ago

    well you can't spell a word with out a vowel so...

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  • zen
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    It is ALL just a game.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It's all just a game.

    Now that we're done, can I only ask you of one question?

    Don't blow me off now.........

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