Brand-New Knitter Confused

I’m a brand-new knitter. I’ve started a raglan pullover and don’t understand what the pattern is saying. Here goes:

Using circular needle CO 52 sts. (I understand that.)

SET UP ROW (WS): P1, pm, purl 10 sts, pm, purl 30 sts, pm, purl 10 sts, pm, P1. (I understand that.)

RAGLAN INCREASE ROW (RS): *Knit to one st before marker, kfb, sm, kfb, repeat from * 3 times more, knit to end of row.

NEXT ROW: Purl. (I understand that.)

So, if I’m reading the pattern correctly, how can I “Knit to one st before marker, kfb, sm, kfb” 3 more times when there aren’t that many markers in the ‘set up row’?

Thanks in advance.

On the directions you have given I see 4 pm. You have placed 4 markers. On the next row you work the first increase and then you have 3 more markers left. Increase, move marker, increase, knit to next marker.

Yep, you have 4 markers so it shouldn’t be a problem.

If you haven’t started give it a try. It’s usually makes more sense that way.