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How Do You Differentiate Confusing Letter Combinations In Sutterlinschrift?

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#1 hdd113

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Posted 06 March 2017 - 03:46

I have been practicing Sutterlinshcrift lately. What I noticed is that there are certain letter combinations in this type of handwriting that I expect would be confusing to differentiate with another.

For example, an and om are quite similar, and a looks a lot similar to oc. In most case I expect this to be less of a problem since you can get the word from the context, but it won't be as easy for Names or uncommon vocabularies. How can you differentiate the letters in these cases?

 

 

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