This is what reading looks like:
This is what it means to read the Qur'an (or read a surah); we don't usually do this during prayer. Here's a question which actually asks about reading during prayer: Can we read straight from the Quran when we stand up for salat?
We can perform prayer (or perform salah or perform namaz, or just pray). We might also say that we offer prayer. My natural response to questions like Who first read the Salah? and Is it allowed to read namaz with a non mehram? is "you can't read prayer".
We usually recite the Qur'an or recite a dua or recite the tashahud during prayer, but we don't often read the Qur'an during prayer. Questions like Can we read the same surah in all rakats of salat? are actually grammatically valid questions, but it literally implies getting out a physical Qur'an and reading from it, despite the author (probably) not intending this.
This is a problem for questions such as:
The answers vary depending on whether "read" is interpreted to mean "read" or "recite" or "perform". It takes unnecessary effort on the reader's part to deduce which word the author actually means. Sometimes it requires guesswork, so these questions can be difficult to correct.
To turn this into a question: Why is this happening?