About handwriting: そ


Castellano/Catalán - Barcelon

As I explained here, I was wondering if you could tell me which one is the "mainstream" form in handwriting (if any), or the most common (if any), or if maybe one of both is just used in computer fonts and not in handwriting:


Thanks in advance for your time.
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  • Flaminius

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    日本語 / japāniski / יפנית
    The first one is the more traditional version. It is closer to the Chinese character that gave rise to the kana; 曽. You see it quite often in handwritten signs but using it yourself may make younlook old-fashioned; it’s not the shape that they teach in school.
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