Handwriting!

wrting - yep, writing.
@SnIcKasS (1378)
Israel
November 18, 2006 6:52am CST
Is your handwriting combined or seperated?I know both, but I usually use seperated, so people would understand.
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8 responses
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
18 Nov 06
I can write both and the most I use was the semi-joint type:)....thas my best hand writing that will provide me with speed and the clear look for those who read..
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@SnIcKasS (1378)
• Israel
25 Feb 07
Yep! you are right :) thanks! best response + rate (rape)
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
25 Feb 07
Hi SnIcKasS , thanks for the "Best Respond" mark!
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@SnIcKasS (1378)
• Israel
26 Feb 07
don't ya worry 'bout it. peace man :P
@sakthisss (145)
• India
18 Nov 06
mine is seperated
@SnIcKasS (1378)
• Israel
18 Nov 06
ty :)
@cikedo (3487)
• United States
19 Aug 07
I can do cursive and print. I prefer regular print since it is quicker than cursive.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
9 Apr 07
Mine is seperated.
@malini4u (896)
• India
26 Feb 07
my handwriting is separated..and i feel it looks nice... i can give the rating for it as 7/10
@Rexy_leigh (1189)
• Philippines
26 Feb 07
I can use both but most of the times I go for the combined handwriting. I find it easier and way faster than the other. :)
• Philippines
25 Feb 07
From high school until my first college course, it didn't matter which one to use unless a teacher prescribes that it has to be the continuous or combined handwriting that they want to see in the test papers. When I pursued my second college course, I had to stick to the separated way of doing it, because it is a requirement that all students in engineering do that. Now, I am more accustomed to using the separated way but, I admit that it is faster to write using the continuous type.
• India
25 Feb 07
mine is combined....;)