These four capital letters start at the top and curve around to the left.
Capitals A, C, and E can be joined.
These three capital letters use tricky curves that roll and rock.
We call these tricky curves "twist strokes."
These four capitals begin with a rocker upstroke.
These letters begin on the baseline, two with a rock and two with a roll.
These letters start with a loop and curve.
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