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Locate the R and S keys. Strike the R with the middle finger and the S with the ring finger. These two keys will be easy. The middle finger moves from its home at the H. The ring finger from its home T. Isn't this easy? You will like these two keys.
GROUP 5 UPWARD REACH R S-------->TUTOR LESSONS 5a, 5b, 5c, 5d
rsrs rs rs rsrs hrts hrts hrts rhst tshr hrts hrst tshr hrts hrts rs rs srsr tshr tshr
rhst hrst hrts rhst rsth hrts rhst rsth hrts dsdr dsdr dsdr eres eres srre sere rs
sere rdsd rdsd rdsd cscr crcs aras aras rasa sara oros oros usro usro orsu sory
rats ares thsr thrs this rsds hurs rat rstd rusty rusty rass stress stress res res
rst strre srrsd serers ras rat hurts sorry thas thosr srese rattre hurt rat rstu this
TIPS---I can not stress enough that common text is usually
much eaiser than practice letter groups. Often common letter combinations
seem to roll off the fingertips. Being a great typist is about being familiar with
commom letter groups and not about knowing where individual letters are.
It takes time. After nearly fifty years of using colored coded resistors I have
forgotten the color code and recognize the resistors without thinking about
what each color represents. It is the same thing. You type words not letters.