Italian typing course for QWERTY keyboard
QWERTY is also an Italian layout. If you often type in Italian, these lessons can save you a lot of time!
The Italian keyboard doesn’t need an introduction, it is QWERTY with 105 keys. These layouts share common keyboard characters (£, $, %), and the others change depending on the language.
For example, the Italian language uses diacritical marks — graves and acute. They are used to show graphical emphasis on a stressed vowel. As a rule, gravel is used with the letters a, I, o, u, while acute and gravel are used with the letter e. Another interesting fact about the Italian layout is that other Romance languages have tilde letters like ã and ñ, but Italian doesn’t.