Lesson 22: Pronouns


Issues that have come up in my own typing tell me that I need to focus early on, on those words that people actually type most often, regardless of letter combinations.  The next several lessons will do that.  In later editions of this course, they will be presented much sooner.

At the moment, I don’t know for certain which of two ways to finger “him,” so I’ve presented both ways.

Word list:

you he she it
we they me him him
her us them my mine
whwhosyouhis its(*)
our their yourhers ours
theirs(*)Means: “belonging to it”

Previous lesson:  Lesson 21: The “pre” dilemma, part 2
Next lesson: Lesson 23: Prepositions and conjunctions

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