Please Help With These Directions!

Hi!
I need help understanding these directions. I have never done yarn overs at the beginning of a row and /or slip a stitch to knit them together while on the right needle.

[B][U][COLOR=“Blue”]My pattern says; [/COLOR][/U][/B]
[COLOR=“black”][B]Row 32: * O (yarn over), sl 1, k tog the YO and sl st of previous row, repeat from * across, end with k 1.
Row 33: K1, O, sl 1, K tog the O and sl st of previous row, repeat from * across
Repeat rows 32 and 33 four times.
Row 42:
K1, K tog the O and sl st of previous row, repeat from * across, end with K1. There are now 49 sts. You are now ready to start decreasing for sole pf bootie. [/B][/COLOR]

I have done yarn overs before between a knit and a purl and between a purl and a knit, etc and slipped stitches, but had never encountered this type of direction. [B][U]How do I do this!?[/U][/B] :doh: I have [B][U]70[/U][/B] stitches on my needle right now. These are directions for baby booties. [B][U][COLOR=“Red”]Please help![/COLOR][/U][/B] The baby was born a week ago and I need to finish these booties as a gift ASAP :knitting: .
Thank you very much

Row 32: [COLOR=“Red”]* O [/COLOR](yarn over), sl 1, k tog the YO and sl st of previous row, repeat from * across, end with k 1.
Row 33: K1, [COLOR=“Red”]*O[/COLOR], sl 1, K tog the O and sl st of previous row, repeat from * across

Are the red characters supposed to be *YO?

Some existing threads that might help…

YARN OVER AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH ROW

How to do a Yarn Over at beginning of row

YO at the beginning of a row

You’ll be knitting the YO and sl from the [B]prev row[/B] by inserting your right ndl into those sts on your [U][B]LEFT[/B][/U] ndl…NOT the sts you just made.

knitting together the sl stitch and the YO of from the previous row could just be written as 'knit together the nxt 2 stitches on your left needle.

It’s so funny because as I slept on it last night, I thought about how stupid I was about my question about the knitting of the yo and sl st of previous row. Of course, that’s all I did in the whole entire previous row!
But, thank you sooooooooo much for your help!!! I got the yo at the beginning of the row! It worked out perfect!