I've noticed that Germans and Indians will sometimes say "
/w/ector space" instead of "
I get that in German
"w" is pronounced
/v/. But "vau" (German
"v") is pronounced like
/f/. So what would make people pronounce an English "vee" like an English "double-u"? (As far as I know, German doesn't even have an "English double-u" letter; if they want to indicate that sound, they would use a
"u" like English "quick" or Spanish "güero".)
I've also noticed that it's only in certain cases, for example I haven't heard Indians or Germans pronounced "However" as "Ho