Instead of showing you a picture of letters, whether of how the alphabet can be rendered in different shapes, fonts, or sizes, or of physical letters that you send through snail mail, let me show you how I “type” out letters on an everyday basis: I use my stenograph!
A stenograph is a keyboard-like device where I use a shorthand theory to “stenotype” (we call it “write”) out words and phrases in strings of syllables and sounds. I don’t type words out letter by letter. This makes writing things out on my computer a lot faster than using a normal keyboard. It’s how I can work as a stenographer and transcriptionist. 🙂
This also speaks further to how even though we may speak the same language, there are different ways of conveying language — speaking, writing, reading, body language, steno!