Why is there a v and a w in your language. They’re pronounced the same, right? Ex: zwei und vier. And wouldn’t you have learned to pronounce the Englisch w?
Hello there. It´s not the same. Not even in your example, “w” is softer than the sharp “v”. If one thing, then “v”…
That’s actually a welsh sound (the double ll) and in welsh it’s pronounced with a sort of clicking noise at the back of your throat, but not when carried over in English.
But, if we wanna talk about English being stupid, why do we have to put a U after a Q? I mean, who came up with that?
Also, Is V and W in German a bit like TH and F in English? The noises are sort of the same - especially in certain accents - but are very different to native speakers?
also why do we use a C for S… English people cant comment on any other language since ours is stolen from everywhere else anyway.