Reading comprehension is a result of successfully integrating all reading clues: semantic, syntax, and graphophonemic. For instance, when children have some graphophonemic skill, they combine that information with their idea of what word would make sense and come up with the right one. In determining what would make sense, they use syntax and semantic clues to select an appropriate word of similar meaning.
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