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    letter wrighting

    should you aiways print addresses on envelopes, or is it ok to use cursive?

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    Re: letter wrighting

    If you feel your cursive is not easily read, use block capitals. The mail office machinery prefers that.

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    Re: letter wrighting

    - especially for the post code/zip code. If the sorting machine can't read that the letter will have to be sorted manually.

    Incidentally, it's "writing". A playwright* [ = "maker", as in 'cartwright', 'wheelwright', 'shipwright'...] writes plays, but the person who writes letters is a letter writer.

    * this spelling may be specific to British English; I'm sure I've seen 'playwrite'.

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