Most people write with there right hand.
If you train your right hand enough, that should work. Like try to write with your right hand more. You know like the stuff that you always do with your left.
If you're right handed you'll use the right hand/arm more than the left, which will increase the risk of the watch getting scratched. Also, right hande people are more prone to be carrying stuff in the right hand. Looking at the watch is easier if it's on the left hand that isn't carrying anything.
Technically since is right or left HANDED it would depend what HAND you used. If your right hand was on your left arm but it was still your primary hand than you'd still be right handed and vice versa.
If you're right-handed, and write by hand, then having a watch on that wrist is quite awkward.
Depends on which hand is where and which is applying the power. Some sweep with their left hand on the end and their right in the middle, using the right to push and pull and the left as the fulcrum. Some use the same hand placement, but use the left to supply the power through the right hand fulcrum. Others insert the handle into the...
More people write with there right than they do with there left.
Write well with left hand.
For most people, the hand they write with is the hand that they use the most. So, if someone is left-handed, they probably write using their left hand. Similarly, they'd use their right hand to write if they are right-handed. The only real exceptions to this are people who are 'ambidextrous. These people can use either their left or their right hands and do not necessarily have a preference. But that's quite rare, to be honest.
you can wite from right to left with your left hand while writing left to right with your hand what does that mean
If a person is right handed, it does not mean that you can write with your left hand, BUT you can write with your left hand, IF you want to, AND you have to practice to write with your left hand. When a child is still young, they can decided whether to pick up a pencil, marker, crayon, pen or whatever type of utensil with their left hand, or right hand. REMEMBER, no one is born left handed or right handed, you choose, at a young age, to be right handed or left handed.
Usually, one can only write with either the Left or Right hand. People with dexterous hand can write with the same accuracy with both hands.
Like normal people. Left hand or right hand. If you are asking about Nepalese letter then search the internet.
Yes. Right handed people can pull their hand away as they write, to make room for more letters. Left handed people have to push their hand over paper they've already written on. Left handed people tend to have a different slant to their letters than right handed.