Typing Test Course : improve your speed and accuracy on the keyboard (Class 01 of 12)

Adam Muhammad, Skills with impact

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5 Videos (10m)
    • What we will learn in this class

      1:53
    • How to place the fingers on the keyboard

      1:32
    • How to type the letters A S D F J K L ;

      2:45
    • How I do one Exercise

      2:54
    • See My Typing speed and accuracy

      1:04

About This Class

Welcome to Typing Test Course : improve your speed and accuracy on the keyboard.

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This is the first of 12 classes.

In this class you will learn:

How to put the fingers on the keyboard

How to type the letters A S D F J K L ; without looking at the keyboard

Then you will do lots of exercises of random words containing only the letters ASDF JKL;

Class Completion:

You are ready to move to the next class when you can type the letters A S D F J K L ; without looking at the keyboard and using each fingers.

The objective is for you to type the letters accurately and fast. As when you are reading a book: you don't think: which word is this? What does this sign mean? Not at all! You just enjoy the story. Reading has become automatic to you. You read without thinking you are reading.

The same way, when you type the letters A S D F J K L ; without thinking: where is this letter located on the keyboard? Which finger do I use to type this letter? When you achieve this level, and type accurately with an increasing speed, then you have accomplished the objectives of this class, and you are ready to move to the next class where you will learn the letters E and I

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Adam Muhammad

Skills with impact

I am a polyglot from Mozambique. 31 years old. I speak and write 5 languages, namely

Portuguese (my native language), English (the first language I learnt when I was 15), French (the second language I learnt 5 years later), German (two years later, I learnt this language) and Arabic (still studying it to fluency).

I believe there is a better way to learn a language. It does not have to be that hard. Since I leant all those languages by myself, I found out better and faster ways to learn it. I am sharing those here with you.

For example, language learners try to memorize 100 words of a target language. After they memorize it, done. They memorize other 100 or 200 words. After 2000 words or more, they wonder why they cannot speak the target language, or even remember what they thought they knew!

This is not learning a language. The objective of a language is communication. Try to communicate using the target language as soon you as you decide to learn it.

When you decide to memorize new vocabs, use new and proven methods, not those endless lists of words and meanings with no connection to your personal needs.

My contribution in this journey is to develop programs to help my fellow language learners learn it in a fast and fun way.