On cursive. … This was literally my hardest post to write, and is probably the hardest to read. Like this:Like Loading...
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I personally still use a fountain pen and follow the Palmer Method of Business Writing: http://www.iampeth.com/ADOBE_PDFs/Palmer%20Method%201935.pdf
A Luddite after my own heart.
The hardest part on the SAT for me was writing the non disclosure agreement on the back in cursive. But apart from signing names, i really don’t see the point of learning cursive.
Two reasons to learn, even nowadays:
1. It might change how you write for the better in terms of speed or style.
2. Many people still write in cursive, or some modified form of cursive, so learning it will help you read what they’ve written. It’s not like cursive died out hundreds of years ago and we can leave it to the academicians.
I had no trouble reading it. Though my former career was filled with deciphering cursive or something like it.
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