Lesson 6: Top Row: QWERT

Your typing skills are growing up, and so now it's time to begin leaving the home row! In this lesson you will learn to type an additional key with each of the left-hand pinky, ring and middle fingers (Q, W and E respectively), and two with the index finger (R & T).

When you move a finger from the home row to another one, try to keep as many of your other fingers in contact with their home keys as possible. In other words, try to stretch your finger over to where it needs to go, without upsetting the other fingers too much. Many times however, this will not be possible, and so it is ok to move you're whole hand a little bit. This most important thing is that your hands remain relaxed and comfortable at all times.

This is an especially good time to remind yourself of the Principles for Effective Learning. Here is your exercise:

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