By Tracy You For Mailonline. A Chinese middle school rose to fame this week after its pupils' English handwriting amazed internet users. Photographs from Chinese social media show the students at Hengshui Middle School, central China, were required to write English letters as if they were printed off from computers, reported People's Daily Online. They were even told to write each letter in the exactly same way every time.
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Recently, I wrote about how to use special characters to identify languages that use Latin alphabets. But what about all those other alphabets? You can't be expected to memorize them all, of course. And you don't have to. Just keep an eye out for their signature looks — and maybe use one or two mental tricks to help you remember. Here are the languages you're most likely to see, with some tips on how to identify them.
The handwriting work of young students from one school in China is gaining attention this week for its computer-like precision and neatness. The students were reportedly required to have their English letters handwritten so perfectly and uniformly that the work would look as though they were printed from computers. The compositions touch on subjects such as Chinese social customs, pollution and even natural disasters. Hengshi Middle School is a boarding school with more than 5, students aged 15 to 18 and is reportedly one of the best in the country. NextShark is a leading source covering Asian American News and Asian News including business, culture, entertainment, politics, tech and lifestyle.
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