1. What’s the differences of writing with a pen and typing on a computer?
There are so many distinct aspects between them. The first came into my mind is that writing by hand is more time-consuming while typing can be more efficient. Besides, handwriting varies from people to people, but when inputting on a laptop, if we chose the same font, we can produce the exactly same thing. Another difference is that typing does not consume ink and paper but writing by hand does.
2. Can we tell someone’s personality from his or her handwriting?
Well, I can’t say for sure but I reckon that to some extent, a person’s handwriting can be a reflection of his or her personality. When seeing an illegible and messy handwriting, we often assume that the writer is a bit impatient and hot-tempered. But when a neat handwriting is presented, we may think it comes from a careful and serious person’s hand.
3. Do you often write with a pen?
When I was younger, the pens were almost one of my necessities in daily life. However, honestly, nowadays I rarely use a pen to write, because typing on my laptop or my smart phone is much more convenient for me. But I have the habit of keeping a diary, which requires me to take up a pen so whenever I open my diary, I write with a pen.
4. Is your handwriting easy to read for other people?
I believe so. Keeping a diary gives me a chance to practice my handwriting more often than other busy modern young people. So relatively speaking, I think my writing is quite recognizable.
Although typing has gradually replaced writing by hand in almost every area of life, I still think it is necessary to have a clear handwriting.
5. Do you like to receive cards with hand-written words?
Actually, I would be extremely grateful if I get a hand-written card, because this kind of cards
means that the person really cares about you and he or she is willing to spend time on you.
However, I suppose an electronic card might be more environmentally-friendly and also more dynamic since you can add sounds and videos in it.
1. How do you keep your photos?
We live in a digital age, and thank goodness for that, we can take lots of photos and store them properly on phones and computers. I usually take photos with my iphone and that’s where I keep my photos. But I always keep a backup of all important photos in my computer in case I lose the data.
2. In what situations do you take photos?
The main purpose for my taking photos is that I can capture the precious moment in my life, and those are the main situations I take photos, such as the first day or last day at work, a family trip, or the sweet moment with my boyfriend, or something I am surprised to see and want to share with others.
3. Do you prefer to take photos yourself or to have other people take photos?
If I need to choose between the two, I would probably go with taking photos my self. I feel that different people have different characteristic, so the tastes of photos will be distinguishing. I know what works best for me. and I always feel embarrassed when I smile to other people.
4. Do you like to take photos?
I think so. I especially like to take photos of scenery because I really enjoy the amazing natural scenery such as the early spring, the flowers, sunset, seashore. And I also like to take photos of my family when we travel around, to capture their happy moments.
5. How often do you take photos?
First of all, I am not a professional photographer , i am just one of them who really love and admire good view. Sometimes I only take photos few times a week. Sometimes, I take a lot of photos, when I go on a trip or when I have a wonderful meal or when I hang out with friends.
1. Do you have anything to share with others recently?
Well, recently I have been working on this IELTS examination, so the things that I would like to talk to my friends are usually about this exam. You know the reading and listening parts of IELTS are generally about some academic knowledge so I can always learn something from them. After reading or listening, I would share what I have known with other people.
2. What kind of things are not suitable for sharing?
Privacy is something that I think is absolutely unsuitable for telling others. For the ones who tell the personal things, they may put themselves in danger if the listeners are not trustworthy enough. For the listeners, they may not want to bear those secret things. So, sharing personal stuff is not so responsible for both the tellers and the listeners.
3. What kind of things do you like to share with others?
Actually, there are a lot of different kinds of stuff that I am willing to tell others, especially delightful things. When I pass an important test, I would tell my parents about it. When I see a hilarious story, I would recount it to my friends. Sharing, in my opinion, can double the happiness, so I always tell cheerful things.
4. Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?
When I was little, my mom was the one who was always telling me to share things. She asked me to take out my toys when my childhood friends came, she also required me to retell what had happened in the kindergarten when I got back home. I believe my mom made a wise decision because sharing things, no matter material stuff or daily stories, is really helpful to maintain a good relationship with others.