Cursive writing
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I'm glad I made it through elementary school before they stopped teaching cursive.  I never used it in school, but now, I usually only write in cursive.  Both because it takes a little less time than hand print, and because my handwriting in general is pretty bad, but is somewhat more legible if I write in cursive.
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(03-04-2021, 02:32 PM)Melkite Wrote: I'm glad I made it through elementary school before they stopped teaching cursive.  I never used it in school, but now, I usually only write in cursive.  Both because it takes a little less time than hand print, and because my handwriting in general is pretty bad, but is somewhat more legible if I write in cursive.

Cursive is my way of calling the squiggles I scrawl on a sheet of paper a signature. I bet you never knew that you could cross the "tee" five times without even lifting the pen from the page.
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