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24th-Jan-2010 05:04 pm
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Do you put a line through a middle of the letter "Z" when writing it?

Never
59(63.4%)
I used to, but not anymore
4(4.3%)
Half the time no other half yes
12(12.9%)
Yes
18(19.4%)
I can't answer because I am not sure what you are talking about
0(0.0%)

Do you put a line through a middle of the number "7" when writing it?

Never
39(41.9%)
I used to, but not anymore
11(11.8%)
Half the time no other half yes
16(17.2%)
Yes
27(29.0%)
I can't answer because I am not sure what you are talking about
0(0.0%)

If you were handwriting a page long note you would...

Write in cursive
21(22.6%)
Write in print
31(33.3%)
Write in a mixture of both
35(37.6%)
Refuse to write and demand that it be typed
6(6.5%)
Comments 
24th-Jan-2010 10:18 pm (UTC)
I write a mix that is mostly print, but some groups of letters will be in cursive. 'he's and 're/er's mostly.
24th-Jan-2010 10:29 pm (UTC)
My handwriting is really neat, I take care to make sure it is legible and nice to look at.
24th-Jan-2010 11:52 pm (UTC)
I can't cursive write to save my life.
25th-Jan-2010 12:07 am (UTC)
I put a stroke through the number seven as otherwise it'd look like a number one in my writing. And I would write a long note in cursive, however, this doesn't mean that anyone would be able to actually read it afterwards! (And this includes me!)

Edited at 2010-01-25 12:07 am (UTC)
25th-Jan-2010 01:02 am (UTC)
I got used to putting lines through my Zs when I was taking lots of math & physics classes and it was very easy to confuse a Z with a 2 and vice versa. Now I can't write a Z without a line through it; it just looks wrong. I don't know why I put lines through my 7s, but I've been doing it probably since middle school.
25th-Jan-2010 04:11 am (UTC)
My handwriting is basically print, but it's all connected like cursive. I rarely pick up a pencil off the paper when writing. [lol, I almost put penis]

25th-Jan-2010 12:15 pm (UTC)
I love cursive. It makes me sad that it hardly gets used much anymore. :(
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25th-Jan-2010 02:56 pm (UTC)
My 2s look like Zs, and my 7s look like 2s, so when I'm doing something like math homework, or writing out a phone number for a client, I cross my 7s and Zs. I sometimes even adjust my 4s so I can make it obvious that they're not 9s. Otherwise, I can tell the difference.

Man, why do so many symbols resemble each other? What's the point of symbols of they're just going to get mixed up?
25th-Jan-2010 06:19 pm (UTC)
Depends on context. I literally have 1 handwriting for the US and 1 for Europe and other places. Americans claim they can't read my original European handwriting (lol) so I give them a 2nd grade version minus any confuuusing proper cursive styles and lines. :P

Needless to say I can read theirs...
26th-Jan-2010 09:37 pm (UTC)
lol European handwriting(cursive= is not so different from American is it xD?)
26th-Jan-2010 10:23 am (UTC)
My normal handwriting is a "printscript", which is basically a combination of cursive and print.
26th-Jan-2010 09:38 pm (UTC)
I crioss my Z and my 7 , For a while I didnt cross my 7s but my parents demanded that I should do it again because otherwise people would think it was a 1.
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