PLEASE READ: You are given a letter. Type the letter than appears. But, when a vowel or a letter next to a vowel (alphabetically) appears, you must type the letter to the RIGHT on a standard qwerty keyboard. Letters on the right carry over (e.g. P -> A, L -> Z, M ->Q). So, if "G" was a vowel, the letters F, G, and H would need the special condition where you type "G" for "F", "H" for "G", and "J" for "H". Y is NOT a vowel. "A" and "Z" are not considered next to each other.