Wednesday, April 6, 2011

International Morse Code: Lesson 2

Here is lesson 2!  In this lesson we cover the letters M, A, N, and the number 0.  Be sure to copy down all the code you hear in the lessons!  If you have trouble with a letter, don't hesitate to skip it and move on to the next letter.  You can miss a lot of letters trying to remember the one letter you forgot.  Also, don't hesitate to go back and review lessons with letters you have trouble with.  The goal is to commit the code to your long term memory.  You need to gauge your own learning style to determine how much you need to review.  Do not expect to pick up everything presented in a lesson just from one listening.


The lesson 2 Random Run:



N A M T I E 5 M 0 T E E A N M I T A M N A T E I M 0 5 I 0 M N A A M E N M I A M E 0

Until lesson 3...

73,
Andy
KE4GKP



22 comments:

  1. Thank you SO much for this fabulous way to learn Morse Code!I am a grandmother and new to ham radio.

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  2. This has helped me so much!!!

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  3. your site has really helped me.
    i am a grandfather, so need all the help i can get!

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  4. Thank you! I can't believe i got them all right! I'm a teen learning just for fun, I wanted to see what it was like to read morse code and see what others had to go through. This has got to be the best method to memorize anything.

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  5. Thank you for this video I only 12 years old but I love codes like Braille, Sign language and of course morse code.

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  6. i want down load your lesson how

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  7. I am eleven years old, so I thought it would be hard, but it wasn't! I feel so much smarter and you made it easy to understand! Thank you!

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  8. I've been studying the code for a while but I really don't have a place to practice copying the code. I have gotten on ARRL but they are so fast I'm lost in the first word. How fast are you sending and is there a way I can listen to, and copy, the random runs? I have a friend who has his license but he is so overwhelmed by code he won't really start learning. I found your site via his sending me a Youtube code site and I saw yours. I am trying to get him to start working with your lessons. THANK YOU for all you are doing here.
    73 from AL KF5BRJ

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    1. If you go to ARRL's site, you will find mp3 files and the text for what was sent by W1AW on the air. The files are organized by words per minute. I think you will find 5wpm, 7.5wpm, and 10wpm to be most helpful. If you save them on your computer, you can review them at any time.

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  9. I hope you have a CD or DVD for sale with course on it!
    I have limited megs per day on the net so I would love to have something I could learn by without burn a daily (small) meg useage.

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  10. Thank you for having done all this work for us to enjoy! I'm learning much faster this way than with the app I tried :) Thank you very much!

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  11. This is amazing! I am a teenager and I was curious to see what it was like to create messages in morse code. I am learning very fast and very well with your course. Thank you so much!

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  12. I have been a Ham since the late 70's.....Have not used code in over in over 35 years, so I am relearning code again as I am very interested in talking with someone using code

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  13. I have been a Ham since the late 70's.....Have not used code in over in over 35 years, so I am relearning code again as I am very interested in talking with someone using code

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  14. I agree with the information that you have provided in this blog post but I want to see more info on you web blog. Thanks and keep posting new things.

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  15. Great learning tool. I'm studying to take theTechnician course and know Morse isn't required, but I'll learn it anyway. Thanks!

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  16. I'm enjoying the course. Thank you.

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  17. Thank you very much for these lessons! I'm preparing for army in France and am really glad to have good clear lessons to do every day.

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  18. I had started to learn code about fortysome years ago, as I was working for my amateur radio ticket and then life got in the way, well last year I earned my general ticket (with no code) and now I want to learn morse so I don't have to hear my buddy say that I'm not a real ham (he is extra class and had the code on his test) thank you for putting this great learning class online for us folks!!!!!!

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  19. I am another grandmother and new technician, waiting on my call sign. Thank you!

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  20. best course I found and I've been struggling for mos

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