A major 

Learning the A major was a bit harder than the D major. I can’t quite get fingers on the string well and that causes buzzing when I play. I’m continuing to work on it so it gets easier with practice. With A major you use three fingers to play five of the six strings. Your first finger goes on the second fret of the fourth string, your second finger on the second fret of the third string and the third finger on the second fret of the string. You then strum the five strings to create a certain tune. 

D Major. 

So I found a great app called Chordbank and that’s where I’ve been doing most of my lessons. D major is basically the starter chord of learning guitar. I learned how to play the D major which is the sound of the last three strings on the guitar. You put your index finger on the second fret of the fourth string, your middle finger on the second fret of the sixth string and your ring finger on the fifth finger. It’s rather easy to learn and I picked up easily. I have started learning the A major already and I’ll tell you about that next time!