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How do you write cursive and have good hand writing?

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2010-07-29 15:27:14
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Practice is the only way. Get yourself a decent pen, not a ball point, or a calligraphy set which will come with a variety of pens and nibs plus a book on calligraphy.

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Maybe because you are used to cursive writing and just not that used to printing.


It was called "writing in script." Many cursive computer fonts use the term. Writing by hand was (and is) called "writing longhand."


Cursive lettering is hand written and 'flowing'. 'Joined up writing' as opposed to printing.


The word "cursive" refers to something that flows or runs. In cursive writing characters are connected to each other so they can be written in a (mostly) single flowing motion of the hand.


kind of. the Declaration of Independence was written in a fancy hand writing. I believe they used both cursive and print


Practicing your hand writing is the best way to write good. You have to practice and more practice until you are satisfied with your writing


hand printing, is when you write your name in english.Not in cursive/harington/times new roman/calibri/etc.


Not really.You can kinda write cursive "printing" if you go to the "Font Book" and go through the different fonts.I did see a few years ago where a company took a few cursive hand writing samples from YOU and made it into a cursive font for the computer that was in your handwriting. Seemed to work well. I don't remember the name of it though or the price. There does seem to be a bunch of generic ones on the internet but don't know how they work.


no he had the WORST hand writing ever



How about paying a professional calligrapher to do this? Depending on the number of cards to write and the costs, you can have them elegantly printed up (less expensive if the number of cards is high), or have the calligrapher actually write them for you. And then you can simply sign the cards. While a hand-written note is more personal, the essence of good etiquette is that everyone is honored and comfortable. If the the result is hard for them to read, and embarrassing for you, then that's the wrong way to go.


An example of hand-eye coordination are writing because you see where you're supposed to be writing and use your hand to write it


There's really no such thing as block letter handwriting. The term is used to infer cursive writing, although the definition of handwriting in most dictionaries is anything written by hand. Logic says this doesn't make sense, but not much English word usage does.


So people understand your hand writing.


ambedextous A person who can write with either hand is called ambidextrous.


If your hand-writing in English class is bad then keep practicing at home! What grade are you in? And if you're are older then at least 7th grade then you should really start practicing more and more. Write down your thoughts and wishes in a journal. Maybe you could also see if it's the hand you're writing with! Or maybe your hand is lose on the pen or pencil and it's really relaxed? Well, write your Abc's down (even though it sounds silly) in cursive and in (oops I forgot what it's called) some kind of form that O'm writing in right now! Ha, well hoped that helped! Good luck! Oh and always take you hand in the air and try to write letter's in the air and do it slowly and calmly so it might look straighter! :)


You underline it if you are hand writing and italicize if you are typing.


you can wite from right to left with your left hand while writing left to right with your hand what does that mean



Not very, engineers are good at doing things, not explaining things, if they were good at writing papers, they would be managers, but at that time, they would write more and do less in the field. Math is the more important subject at hand, not writing.


Yes, but they should first learn how to spell words correctly, including all the posts in this blog thread...it is an art form to write your signature in cursive, in your own "hand". Like a fingerprint, your signature is truly unique. Some day all the "digiphiles" of this anti-cursive, anti-individualist generation will someday again "re-discover" the art of communication.



just practice for it or it depends on your hand writing


Excellent hand writing, Representing to Goverments, or that


yes Bridget mendler is left handed



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