Lesson 8: Whole-StepsIf you understand half-steps (if you don't, then go back to Lesson 7: Half-Steps), then you're ready to learn about whole-steps (called tones in the U.K.).
A whole-step is a pitch distance equal to two half-steps. For example:
Here are some more example whole-steps:
A to B
B♭ to C
C♯ to D♯
When you're sure you understand half-steps and whole-steps, go on to Lesson 9: Steps Game to test your knowledge.