Up until now, each finger has been responsible for only one key. If only life were so simple! Each finger will eventually be responsible for multiple keys, some more than others!

In this lesson, we ease you in gently by introducing one additional letter for each index finger: the G key for the left hand index, and the H key for the right hand index.

The good news: in this lesson you get to type actual words!

Remind yourself of the Principles for Effective Learning before you begin. If you need them, here are the Instructions for Use.


new! Try the Musical Typing and Speed Typing variations of the below exercise!


Click the orange button when you're ready to begin this lesson's exercise!


halls flash haha; shag flag dash had gaff glad jag kafka flasks lash hassal gash gag glass galla salads half shall all; slash flask flags has lags salad adds sash jags lad; gas



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