Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my
video. Today I’m going to talk about connecting the cursive letter x with other cursive letters.
So, let’s get started. This is the letter x. I will connect several x’s although it
seems a little odd because we don’t have any words that have x’s connected and it
looks a little strange but I would do this, go up to the next one. What I’m doing is
actually just making the left side, the first part of the x. Then I would have to go down
and cross each one. To connect x to other letters, what we do is we continue this first
line to the next letter and then we would go back at the end of the word to make the
cross. So to make an x-a, I would go like this with my first part of the x and I would
have to go up to the a like that, lift my pen and then make the x, so this I would need
a straight line. So for the x-b, x, that’s my first part of the x. Then I would go up
into the b, make it like that and go back to make my x. We don’t have a lot of words
with x’s, but when we do, the x is usually connected to an e, but I will go ahead and
try to connect x to the other letters. x-c, x-d, x-e. This one is common because we often finish
a letter, a word that has x, we finish it with es. x-f, x-g, x-h, x-i, x-j, x-k, x-l,
x-m, x-n, x-o, x-p, x-q, x-r, x-t, x-s, x-t, x-u, x-v, x-w. X-x is up there. x-y, x-z.
And now I will write some words that begin with x. X-ray starts with x, but we don’t
usually make a connection here. We make the x and then we have a hyphen, so x-ray, x-r-a-y.
And we have xylophone, x-y-l-o-p-h-o-n-e. So that’s the letter x. Thanks for watching.
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