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English Typing Book PDF 14: A Fun and Effective Way to Practice Typing Online



Try to spend 15 minutes every day reading English texts. Find a comfortable spot where you can focus on a book, an article, etc., without the risk of being interrupted. To make your reading as effective as possible, prepare for it in advance. For example, take a pen, dictionary, and vocabulary to write new words and expressions. Set your phone or other gadgets onto silent mode. If you do all these actions every time before reading, your brain will know when you are about to practice so that you will be more focused.




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The earliest known appearance of the phrase was in The Boston Journal. In an article titled "Current Notes" in the February 9, 1885, edition, the phrase is mentioned as a good practice sentence for writing students: "A favorite copy set by writing teachers for their pupils is the following, because it contains every letter of the alphabet: 'A quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.'"[2] Dozens of other newspapers published the phrase over the next few months, all using the version of the sentence starting with "A" rather than "The".[3] The earliest known use of the phrase starting with "The" is from the 1888 book Illustrative Shorthand by Linda Bronson.[4] The modern form (starting with "The") became more common even though it is slightly longer than the original (starting with "A").


As the use of typewriters grew in the late 19th century, the phrase began appearing in typing lesson books as a practice sentence. Early examples include How to Become Expert in Typewriting: A Complete Instructor Designed Especially for the Remington Typewriter (1890),[6] and Typewriting Instructor and Stenographer's Hand-book (1892). By the turn of the 20th century, the phrase had become widely known. In the January 10, 1903, issue of Pitman's Phonetic Journal, it is referred to as "the well known memorized typing line embracing all the letters of the alphabet".[7] Robert Baden-Powell's book Scouting for Boys (1908) uses the phrase as a practice sentence for signaling.[1]


I am typing from past 15 months regularly but my average has never been above 45 even after working hours and hours of practice daily with 97% accuracy. Actually I am getting frustrated and want to get better results . Can anyone help me improve my skills?


I can type 99wpm with 10 months of practiceHOW IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE?when i was introduced to typing my speed was 11wpm.thats not impressive at all.i learned so hard and mastered the keys which made me hit 38wpm in less than a month. At first i thought i was fast, but seeing my friends achieve 2-3 times faster, calls for more work.i learned very well but could barely hit 50 after 7 months.NOW WHATS WRONG?my skill


Before correcting the way I type, the highest typing speed I got was 55wpm on a good day. Right now, the highest was 100.5wpm and a 75wpm on average. In order to reach good results with proper techniques, the first stage of slowing down your speed is inevitable as you still need time to develop proper muscle memory of the keyboard. So if you would like to improve your typing speed, the only way is to be patient, practice often, develop that muscle memory and make progress.


The Workbook provides reinforcement and consolidation of the language presented in the Student's Book. It contains controlled and freer practice plus personalization and further listening and reading texts.


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