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Left hand Finger 2, drops from D to bottom row C
ded dcd dedcd decided deck decked check
cheek creek creeks dice slice sliced
Type these phrases using the right little finger for the semi-colon
type slowly with correct fingers; check the
colours in the finger columns;
notice which finger should type the letter
key you need;
when you come to tricky words type them more
To type Capital letters you will need to use the Shift keys, above the Ctrl keys on each side of the letter key block. Left of Z and Right of ?
The Shift keys are used also for Upper Characters like @ $ % * <
For a Left Hand capital hold the RIGHT Shift key - type the letter, then lift the Shift key. For a Right Hand capital hold the LEFT Shift key.
Try these sentences
The full stop is on the bottom row; use the
The comma is to the left of the full stop; use your longest finger.
To start a new line, press the Enter key
Hold the Right Shift key for these left hand
Try to keep your fingers curved.
Do not let your wrists rest on the desk. That
The trees were very, very wet. We will get
wet when we go outside.
Do not type for too long without stretching
your shoulders, neck, wrists, fingers.
Hold the Left Shift key for these right hand capitals
Keep your legs uncrossed. Keep your feet on
It helps if you remember which finger types
Look before you cross the street or you might
get knocked down.
Jimmy took Henry to town to buy something. He
bought four good story books.
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