Re: Cyrillic block/cyrillic cursive Re: OT More pens (was Re: Phoneme winnowing continues)
|From:||Isaac Penzev <isaacp@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, June 11, 2003, 7:03|
Markus Miekk-oja ikrí:
> >This is not true. Cyrillic block letters may be used for handwriting, and
> >nowadays are in fact more and more *required* for filling forms (blanks).
> Do you use a fully block-print-letter style, with T-shaped T-s, or do you
> use "blockified cursive" - an m-shaped letter for small "t", etc.?
While filling official forms, I use block-print.
While writing a telegram or an book order in a library, I use a kind of
"blockified cursive", or, bettersay, a variant of "designers' script" used in
technical drawings et sim. Unfortunately, technical drawing is not taught in
schools any more.
That's my personal approach, and I don't know about the others.