How do you write a cursive F?
Follow the example on this printable sheet.
The cursive lower case "f" is formed of two vertical loops connected at the center, on or just above the base line...with each loop only half as wide as it is long (or even thinner). The uppercase cursive F is a stylized printed F, with the top curved, the center line crossing like the lowercase f, and a curved tail to the left. Some people simply loop the tail at the bottom of the vertical stroke, back up across the vertical to form the center line, and continue that to the right to make the next letter.
Well, I recommend writing in cursive because it shows that you have an ability to do something that not a lot of other people can do.... but the problem is that you have to be a neat writer in cursive or else it is not fashionable. But if you write neatly in cursive, then yes, it is a fashionable thing to do Hope this helped :)
The difference between a cursive writing worksheet and a conventional worksheet would be that the cursive sheet is used to teach students how to write the alphabet and words in cursive writing instead of printing the alphabets or words. The cursive worksheets that are the best are the ones that have the alphabet letters printed for you to match up with the letter that it is teaching you how to write in cursive.
Many people would see it as embarrassing, however nobody should let that dictate how they feel about not being able to write in cursive. If it truly bothers YOU, then dedicate time to learning. And if you ask how I view it, I don't think it is embarrassing to be 16 and not know how to write in cursive.
Simply look at the different font types available and try to mimic those symbols. If you are speaking of Cursive, look at Lucida Handwriting. Otherwise I would look at YouTube to see if there is "How-to write in cursive in English video. Cursive is out of date for some people, and most will write in print.