I'm interested in the first stroke of characters like 司, 习, and 可. This is how it looks on my computer (but I don't know if this is a matter of fonts):
- 可 starts off with a single horizontal stroke, whereas
- 司 and 习 do not (it starts off horizontal, then proceeds downwards, then hooks).
My handwriting of 可以, 学习, and 司机 (where I've deliberately used the two "styles"):
I'm not sure if it's simply wrong to write this, or if they're acceptable alternatives.
Question: Do characters like 司, 习, and 可 have different first strokes?