Hello! I've been playing about using the Tengwar to represent English words for a little while now, but have stumbled across a situation I can't quite figure out. If a word ends with two vowels, can you have a sequence of two vowel carriers next to each other to finish the word? For example, in writing the name 'Victoria', there's a fairly standard sequence of tengwar letters, with the tehta for 'i' over the 'c' and 'o' over the 'r'. However, at the end would you have the tehta for 'i' and 'a' on two vowel carriers, or is there anotehr way of representing a sequence of these two vowels? Apologies for the description, but not sure how to write out using script in this window. Thanks in advance for any input! Andrew.