words per minute

NOUN
  1. the rate at which words are produced (as in speaking or typing)
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How To Use words per minute In A Sentence

  • The closest competitor the whole day was Arpaio, who earlier typed 44 words per minute.
  • Using fluency as an example, the curriculum calls for the fourth grader to read approximately 90 words per minute.
  • It is at the second grade reading level that you should begin monitor and track the areas of reading fluency and see a steady progress in the words per minute your child can read and comprehend.
  • The closest competitor the whole day was Arpaio, who earlier typed 44 words per minute.
  • A friend of mine who owns a stolen radar gun once clocked my typing speed at roughly 120 words per minute.
  • Most people read at about 150 to 300 words per minute (wpm). Times, Sunday Times
  • Under ideal conditions, a message could be wigwagged over distances of ten to fifteen miles at about three words per minute.
  • Sen. Clinton, who is often criticized as over-rehearsed, blitzed through a question about nuclear energy at 207 words per minute without a disfluency. Talk Is Cheap in Politics,
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