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!!


"dads" al: flags fash flasks "alfalfa" gsa: kala ha asks: alga "halls" "lag;" 'sla "gag" FDA's hah gal's hassal kasha "sad" da; ask; "salad" salads 'lass Jaffa's Alaska's 'fla



If the above exercise isn't working for you, please click here.




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