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大家好, 

I was writing to my Chinese girlfriend and I was wondering is my Chinese handwriting good? Does it look like a 2nd grader?

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I've seen a lot worse.

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Mine is much worse... considering I actually studied Chinese as a kid. 

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“夏”字写错了。

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美丽is beautiful 

关心is careful, I don't understand what's your point.

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Your handwriting looks pretty decent to me. And even if it wasn't: she's your girlfriend, not your calligraphy teacher (unless she's both). She'll love the note for its content and because it came from you.

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“有爱心” would be better than “关心”.

Put something in front of “有一个”, something like “愿你”、“祝你”、“希望你”、etc.

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2 hours ago, duoduo said:

关心is careful, I don't understand what's your point.

I think he means "Have a nice summer. You are such a caring and beautiful girl." (Pretty much how Google would translate it.)

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The 的 looks a bit awkward because the first stroke extends past the 日 part. Almost makes it look like a 亻+ 日

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关心 is a verb, you can't use it like an adjective.

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