aaa aaa aaa ccc ccc ccc aaa ccc aaa ccc aaa ccc aaa ccc aaa
Locate the A and C keys and do the little exercise here.
The C is struck with the little finger and the A
is easy to strike with the index finger, also called the pointing finger.
These keys will be easy for you . Practice until you are sure that
you have mastered -DTHEAC- before you go on. Your typing skill will bring
great pleasure. Today everyone has to learn to type!
GROUP 2 ADJACENT KEYS A and C------->TUTOR LESSONS 2a,2b,2c,2d
eaae eaae cdcd dcdc cdcd cdcd dcdc eaea cdcd acac caca eaea cdte
eaea dcdc cdcd deac aehd eaea eaea dcdc cdea acca acca acca eaea
dcdc eaae cdddc haha tctc tctc ctct htac tahc eadc cdae haha that tat
aetc aehc ahtc ahtc aedc ahdc caca dcdc aedc dea ahtc ahtc tcha tec
haha ahah tc dead aead dede ehce caca acac acda deac eat cat daced
As I copy these into HTML for the internet I remember how difficult some
of the key combinations seemed when I was learning to type. I remember
typing 17 wpm and thinking that my little fingers could not travel any
faster. I dared not lose the home keys! What seemed awkward will seem
graceful, rhythmic and just plain easy. Your fingers will fly far above the
keyboard and you will not lose the home keys.
TIPS... When I started I drilled a hole in the E key
and inserted a small plastic peg and held it in place with epoxy glue.
I cut it very short and sanded so I could locate the home E key. Stickey
backed velcro is good to mark a key with. The piece will need to be very
small or it will feel like a mountain. You could put a bump on a key with