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On an average, We Can Read 200 to 300 Words Per Minute.

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```// Calculate Reading Time

// Predefined words-per-minute rate.
\$words_per_minute = 225;
\$words_per_second = \$words_per_minute / 60;

// Count the words in the content.
\$word_count = str_word_count( strip_tags( \$content ) );

// [UNUSED] How many minutes?
\$minutes = floor( \$word_count / \$words_per_minute );

// [UNUSED] How many seconds (remainder)?
\$seconds_remainder = floor( \$word_count % \$words_per_minute / \$words_per_second );

// How many seconds (total)?
\$seconds_total = floor( \$word_count / \$words_per_second );

if( \$minutes < 1){
\$minutes = 1;
}

return \$minutes;
}```

OR use this:

```// Calculate Reading Time

// Predefined words-per-minute rate.
\$words_per_minute = 225;
\$words_per_second = \$words_per_minute / 60;

// Count the words in the content.
\$word_count = str_word_count( strip_tags( \$content ) );

// [UNUSED] How many minutes?
\$minutes = floor( \$word_count / \$words_per_minute );

// [UNUSED] How many seconds (remainder)?
\$seconds_remainder = floor( \$word_count % \$words_per_minute / \$words_per_second );

// How many seconds (total)?
\$seconds_total = floor( \$word_count / \$words_per_second );

if( \$minutes < 1){
\$minutes = 1;
}

return \$minutes;
}```

Then you need to call this function to display on your site, and you can put it anywhere, use something like this:

`<?php echo reading_time(); ?>`

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This returns just a number, so you’ll have to add any context around it in your HTML to put it in context.