Other languages call it double V, but not English…
Well if you write it as a double U you can still make it out as a W.
nicely, I imply, it ought to bypass the two way. My Ws look like double Us, yet some human beings upload a sharp element on that muhfucka and it appears like double Vs. it is likewise based on font.
I write it with double U.
How am I supposed to know these things? Why is it called an M when it’s actually an upside down W?
Well, the lower case w looks like 2 us so maybe that’s why.
A W should be called backslash forward slash backslash forward slash.
Because it’s the consonant version of the vowel ":u":
Think about it… people would automatically read ":uatt": as ":watt":
When you write in cursive (Handwritting) It is two u’s and people back then always wrote in cursive so there ya go.
cos english people write pointy !
ya, seriously you r right, you gave me another point to think how bad and unscientific this language is.