Style of Cursive for Esperanto?
Is there a standard style of cursive in Esperanto? I know it can vary quite a bit in English.
The bigger problem is reading foreign handwriting. Best to print in neat letters.
I would assume to simply use the form of cursive you were taught. Simply work on clear penmanship.
I think that handwriting should be same old, same old handwriting. All the letters can be written down in the standard cursive writing system with a few extra marks above c, g, h, j, s, and u.
Define "standard". I think that's what the question here. If country A writes one way, country B writes a different way, and the country you live in writes a third way, which is "standard."