Sssk and right slanting triple decrease?


I just want to be sure that I am understanding this correctly. The pattern instructions say:

SSSK: slip 1 stitch as if to knit and then slip 2 more stitches in the same way. Insert left needle tip into the 3 slipped stitches from left to right and knit these 3 stitches together.

[color=blue]I slip the first stitch- got it. The second and third stitches- do I slip them together at the same time or do I slip them one at a time?

/3: right slanting triple decrease: SSSK then slip NEXT stitch over stitch just made by temporaily moving stitches from needle to needle.

[color=blue]I am slipping the next stitch from the left needle over the stitch that I just decreased to on the right, correct? But I will need to do that by transferring the right one to the left and then back to the right again after the slip, right? [/color]

Thanks for any help!

Nevermind- I didn’t even think to look in the abbreviations section at first, but there it is with video and all!