Art of Typewriting; Being Practical Instruction with Graduated Exercises and Model Examples Suited to Any Machine, & Including a Method of Touch Wri

Art of Typewriting; Being Practical Instruction with Graduated Exercises and Model Examples Suited to Any Machine, & Including a Method of Touch Wri

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... the case, then continual practice on the following exercises will be found most beneficial. Write slowly; speed will come by careful practice. Exercise 10. 1. holly holy homily hominy homo hook hoop hull hulk hymn 2. ill imp imply in ink inky 3. jill join jolly joy julip jump junk 4. kill kiln kilo kip knoll 5. lily limb limp link lion lip lollipop loom loop lymph lump 6. milky mill million minim minimum mink monk monopoly mop mull my 7. nip no nook noon noun null nun 8. ohm oily on onion only opinion 9. pill pinion pipkin plum poll pomp pool pulpy pumpkin puny pupil 10. union up upon you yolk Left-hand Drill. 15. The majority of students may, however, find that it is the left hand which requires more power. For such, the following exercise will be useful. Exercise 11. 1. accede added adverse advert after age agree arrears average 2. badger bade baggage barter base batter beef brace 3. cabbage cage care card case caterer cedar crab creased create 4. debt decrease deed defect drafted drawee drawer dressed 5. eager ease east edge effect erect estate evade excavate exceed 6. faded fare fast fear feast fetter 7. gage gas gear graded greater greatest 8. race rage ravages rear reef referred regret rest retard 9. sacred safe savage saw scarce sear seat stated street 10. vacate vase veered vegetate vest vex 11. wade wafer ware was wasted water wave wax we wear The Complete Keyboard. 16. Having thus dealt with the keyboard in lines, and in combinations of lines, and trained the hand to strike all letters with equal force, it is now necessary to have a review of all the letters of the alphabet brought into single sentences. Of course, as the sentences have been specially devised to make use of the twenty-six letters in as few words as...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236622499
  • 9781236622495