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Pseudo Random Words, A Step to Typing Proper Words

As a fun lesson, you can try this exercise to improve your typing speed.

These words are not real words but a computer generated versions of words. It lets you practise 'non' familiar words (like those found in a foreign languge).

Try and see how you do. You will find that your speed has quicken as your brain now recognises partial words or combinations of letters thereby improving your coordination and speed.


Start with your fingers on the Home Row (Row 3) with your index fingers over F & J.

As a guide to where you are currently are, always return to the Home Row & Keys F & J when you are not typing.


If you need help with the finger's chart, please review the First Lesson.