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Yes, you should do as you always do, unless instructed otherwise, and have the yarn in back of your work to do a knit stitch.

EDIT: I can see why you have a question. In proofreading my post after sending it, I began to think about the instruction of "yarn forward" prior to the slip stitch and began to question myself. Let's see what others say before moving on.
 
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