|»|16 名無しさん 2018-08-17T10:59:10
if you can't write, type, learn one of the many input systems or make your own. advising someone to not learn to write because they cannot write by hand is not good advice, unless you have some ideological reason that you did not make us aware of, like extremic humanism or luddism.
as an aid to memorizing a phrase, writing is about the slowest method available. understanding it is much more effective
since when does having trouble learning to handwrite a language prevent the learning of that langugage? i never learned to handwrite japanese, korean, and chinese, and i am learning them fine.
this is also the same with alphabets, i can't give you the list of all kana nor bopomofo nor hangul basic units, nor latin nor cyrrilic alphabets, but i know most of them, and, what's more, i know all the ones i use and have seen before: whenever i come across a symbol i am either familiar with it or not. if, in a context in which i care about it, i am not, i look it up and familiarize myself with it and it variants and its meanings, i don't care for what alphabets they are part of and what orders have been given to them. you know why? cause it's all just artificial fluff that detracts from the real experience of the language--that is, communication between people who have a good chance of knowing the forms, techniques, of communication that are usually grouped together into separate "languages". languages exist for sociological purposes, to see what people of a particular group could understand