问：Do you like handwriting?
Oh not really, I seldom write with a pen unless a signature of mine is required. I find it very time-consuming to take notes with a pen in class, so I often type things on my computer, which is actually a part of the way I study, and it gives me more options to organize my documents and review my notes.
问：Do you think handwriting is important?
Certainly,handwriting is beneficial for a long term memory of ideas, facts, and conceptual information, so if you need to remember something, write it. Also, as the saying goes-the style is the man, which means that we can probably tell a person’s personality from his or her handwriting. On top of it, when I type on my computer, sometimes I get pulled away by an incoming email or a pop-in advert. Not so with handwriting, we’re less likely to get distracted and far more likely to focus on the writing itself.
问：Which do you prefer, handwriting or typing?
Typing of course! It’s easy to type, and I don’t have to worry about spelling. Also, typing helps in editing stages. It’s far easier to revise passages, splice two documents together, or rearrange entire chapters. Not so much with a handwritten piece. And...honestly, my teachers and friends always complain about being unable to read my handwriting. It’s pretty messy and sometimes even myself can’t recognize the words I write.
问：What are the differences between handwriting and typing?
Handwriting gives people a sense of personal feeling, and readers get connected by the writing and feel respected. Also, handwriting carries a certain gravitas that typing doesn’t, so I always write with a pen in personal invitations or letters. But, typing on computers is much faster than handwriting, so it’s highly efficient to exchange information and record ideas. Meanwhile, as typing is much more time-saving, people’s working efficiency can be definitely improved.