- RichardLv 51 month ago
Most of the time, unless I am trying to read a doctor's writing...
- ALv 41 month ago
Both can't do really well.
- 1 month ago
No I cant...............
- chasvanblomLv 61 month ago
Yes. I can still read and write in cursive - that I learned from my years (I recall) as far back as Elementary school.
Although I no longer USE it (my scribbling became so unreadable that I forced myself to PRINTING since my Sophomore year in high school.)
After I graduated College, I morphed to using only TYPEWRITTEN-TEXT, since I am the only one who is reading it and I am O.C.D. about having my messages better understood (it's a WORK-motto.)Source(s): I own and run ad Advertising agency. I cannot afford any of my messages to be misread.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Read it, yes. Write it, not so much.
- roderick_youngLv 71 month ago
Yes, I went to public school in the 1960's. First grade was reading and printing, second grade we learned the script letters, at the same time as long division.
- Chae-wonLv 51 month ago
It is really rather easy.
- 1 month ago
No I can't. I learned it in third grade, but I never used it since then so so forgot.
I can write in print and more importantly type 50wpm. I took typing in high school and never forgot that one, I use it on a daily basis.
- Emily RoseLv 61 month ago
It's hard but i can.
- USAFisnumber1Lv 71 month ago
Yes. I use it when I make notes I do not want anyone else to read. When I write something I want someone else to read, I print it.