This is probably really rude or mean, whatever, I think this is a great way to see how culture mix.
The Portuguese alphabet consists of 23 letters. It is derived from Latin as is the English alphabet. The letters K, W and Y are missing from Portuguese alphabet. This is because these letters only appear in foreign words. Y used to be used (although rarely) during the Renaissance but in 1911 The Portuguese spelling reform displaced the letter Y for ever - prefering to signify it’s sound by the letter ‘i’.
They call "Y" upsilon. Wierd!
Any who, here is a classic example of "W"
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