I don't like giving you pages with too many patterns on them. When I do that, the idea is that you move through the patterns quickly, and cover them all in one unit of practice— 15-40 minutes. I include so many patterns in this post partly just to illustrate how many ideas come from the one simple original thing.
These pages go with the original “that with interruptions” page o' coordination. We're adding some middle-of-the-triplet filler notes that go with the starting pattern, and including them in the variations. The first pattern is the hardest; after you learn that you should be able to cruise through the rest of them pretty easily.
Print out the original page, and keep this with it. The line numbers on the left correspond with the same numbered exercise on the original page— except the last four. There is a duplicate pattern on the original page. It shouldn't be too hard to figure out.
Play the exercise on the original page, then learn variations A-C on these pages. Hopefully after playing these pages a few times, you can throw them away and just improvise your practicing with the general concept from memory.
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