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.