The quotation marks and the apostrophe sit on the same key, which is pressed by the right-hand pinky finger in an extended position.

Consider this a gentle introduction to extending your right hand pinky finger to reach non-alphanumeric characters. As you can see, there is an awful lot of responsibility for such a little finger!

And with this, you have pretty much polished off the home row!


For some variety and supplementary practice, here are some other things I created that you can do before and/or after this lesson's exercise. They link back here when you're done; give them a try!!!


Here is your exercise . . . read those Principles for Effective Learning before you begin!!


'fah adj Jaffa's 'sha "galla" hassal afl 'ala 'fha ah gads gad lash "AS" "fall" gall "galls" dad "dads" salads slash dash 'sla galahad" salk shad FDA "jag;" al: lad dds has kala



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