Kay, here is mine.
For English now I [try to] write with the cursive script there. I used to write with the messy script (fourth row). Though now while taking notes I sometimes do a mix.
Also note my cursive ff that I made a thread about earlier.
For cursive capital A, I don't like to do a larger version of the lowercase a like they teach you in school. In fact, none of my capitals look like larger versions of smaller letters. (Even those that in printing would.)
EDIT: oh yea, I curve my d's inwards.
EDIT2: Also I don't like it when capital letters are separate from the rest of the word in cursive. Most of my capital letters attach, though some don't.
The italic script isn't perfected.
I don't know why I wrote a long s in baſsoon. It happens sometimes. (I use the long s sometimes when I deem it good looking, and baſsoon is a time I'd deem it not good looking. But whatever.)
The Chinese cursive (我唔知道點樣寫廣東話囧) was really me trying. I don't write like that everyday. (Mainly because in my Chinese class everyone writes in printing—I don't think cursive is acceptable.) The second column is what I use for my personal notes and the first column is what I use for assignments/school work.
I don't know Simplified Chinese, but I took the cursive 的 from my mom. (That last character in the simp chinese sentence is a 的)
Hangul again was also me trying. I'm not sure if that is even acceptable cursive hangul or not.
Then I just wanted to fill the rest of the page.