Lesson 7: Practicing the im finger for the note of the open strings
The P finger for practicing the im finger must be placed on the following rules.
 
Plucking the first string The P finger must be placed on the 5th string while the left side touching on the 6th string.
Plucking the second string The P finger must be placed on the 4th string while the left side touching on the 4th, 5th and 6th string.
Plucking the third string The P finger must be placed on the 5th string while the left side touching on the 6th string.
Plucking the fourth string The P finger must be placed on the 6th string.
Plucking the fifth string The P finger is being placed just above the 6th string which seemingly being placed on the 7th string.
Plucking the sixth string Striking as the 5th string plucking style by the right fingers, but rather upward moving proportionally.
Plucking the first string Plucking the second string Plucking the third string
Plucking the fourth string Plucking the fifth string Plucking the sixth string

The preparations for the P finger
The position of the P finger needs to be prepared. For plucking the open string, the last note and the last striking finger are supposed to get ready due to this rule.

According to this sample, the last note of each room is the same note because it is the open string ( see room a) while the last note is the I finger. So, when the next plucking, the I finger must be in a pre-plucked position.

This step is supposed to be done at the same time as striking or could be mutually done either.

Plucking the i finger Plucking the m finger Plucking by the I finger mutual with raising the p finger

When striking the second string (room b) by the m finger, the p finger is supposed to be placed on the fourth string in a way that the left side touching the fifth string and the sixth string.

 When the last stroked finger is the m finger, then, the p finger must be pre-plucked as the same rhythm as the i finger did to room c
Plucking by the m finger and the position of the p finger Plucking by the m finger mutual with raising the p finger

 Striking the im finger and the position of the p finger must habitually practiced.
The initial practice could cause difficulty and confusion, however, this is not impossible because the understanding of it is the basic key to get through it and then get practiced. When the practice comes to be naturally habitual, the feeling of freedom will be the rewarding for only the trainers could reach at this freedom.
This stage is the bridge to get connected to the advanced step respectively. To be in fact, each step is continually related from the beginning to the end so it could be said that the most difficult step derives from the very basic step. This is to reconfirm that what we have learnt and what we have practiced must be kept going for the whole lives of any classic guitarists.

The exercises for the practice of plucking the im open strings (the rest stroke style)

Simile = Striking the im finger and back to the same position