3. RTS Success Parsing

3. RTS Success Parsing
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Parsing
Question #1: Parsing is stopping between a word every time to see.
Question #2: Parsing is always stopping at every word to see.
Question #3: The maximum number of words to parse together to see an image is seven words.
Question #4: The minimum number of words to parse together to see an image is one word.
Question #5: Readers choose the number of words to see at once, but the rule is that parsing is limited to four words.
Question #6: When readers can see a word or group of words, then they do not have to translate it.
Question #7: We parse only at first, but as we become better readers, we do not have to parse anymore.
Question #8: Parsing slows down reading so that you can see the words.
Question #9: Parsing will eventually speed up as the reader sees words and images faster.
Question #10: If a sentence is short, we do not have to parse.
Question #11: Everyone parses differently; therefore, one person may parse after two words and another person may parse after six words.
Question #12: Everyone parses differently; therefore, one person may parse after one word and another person may parse after four words.
Question #13: It is better to parse more than less.
Question #14: Great readers do not parse.
Question #15: You cannot comprehend unless you parse.
Question #16: Some people know naturally how to parse.
Question #17: Helen Keller did not parse because she was blind.
Question #18: Although Helen Keller was blind and deaf, she used braille words to create pictures in her head.
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