Beginner Typing Lesson 6

Introducing Punctuation
,   .   ;   ?   -  (    )  {  }  [  ]  "  !
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P u n c t u a t i o n - check the chart below for the correct finger position.

The comma is next to M and the fullstop to its right. Use the same fingers as you do for K & L.

To type a capital letter as you have done before, or a special character such as brackets (  ) or hypen -

do the following ...

Hold the Right Shift Key for a Left Hand letter or character

Hold the Left Shift Key for a Right Hand letter or character.
More Sentence Exercises
Type the sentences below to practise your punctuation.
Tab and Caps Lock Practice
As the lessons progress you will become more expert at all kinds of punctuation.  As you already know, the way to improve is practise, pracrtise, practise. 
Sentences with Brackets
Type the sentences below to practise your punctuation.
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