His program includes the 3000 common English words that you can play at any speed and repeat any number of times. Chuck, AA0HW, who set up this website has a video on how he uses 'QRQ' to build up his word vocabulary. He is putting the finishing touches on it for the website. Let's ask him if he would send it to you.
One other practice technique I use is the program 'Fldigi' to make morse code Mp3 files from text taken from this website and elsewhere. I follow Chucks, AA0HW, recommendation to remove all punctuation, using three spaces for commas and seven spaces for periods.I use text like Tom's, W4BQF, write up on how he increased his code speed to over 70 wpm at http://sites.google.com/site/tomw4bqf/copyingcwover70wpm. I have taken other text from this website on topics like the 'Chicken Fat Operators', 'QSK', and other QRQ and ham related topics. Getting rid of the punctuation really helps me focus on the words. I have included a sample text and it's mp3 file. Really great for my walks, sitting around the airport, waiting for my wife, or boring parties!
I agree, Mark. I don't think any of the QRQ guys could copy code groups at 100 wpm. In fact, I've heard that the operators who can copy call signs at phenomenal speeds using the program RufzXP http://www.rufzxp.net/ would admit to not being able to copy conversational code at the speeds they can copy call signs.
Fred, W3NJZ, has a nice article on his QRQ Odyssey that is well worth reading. You can see it at:
There is a ton of stuff on this website you will enjoy. Everyone thought CW would disappear after the code requirement was shelved, but from what I see and hear on the bands, lots of new and OT hams are still interested in the original digital mode!