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Happy Friday everyone!! It's time to get chatting ✨ Do you know/play Wordle? If so, this week's Question Of The Week (QOTW) is for you!
So, tell us, what's your method of playing Wordle?
Do you have a standard rotation of words to guess available letters? What words do you use? Do you use the previous day's word to start? Is it random?
If you don't know Wordle, you can still let us know your favorite 5-letter word. Bonus
cookie internet points if you do this via a Spotify track!
PS. No spoilers for today's Wordle word - some of us haven't done it yet 🤣
I don't play Wordle but here's a great 5 letter word:
Something we come to all the time (Spotify Community)
I don't play Wordle regularly. English is not my native language and sometimes there is words I don't know.
No special strategy. When I play, by laziness, I always start with the same word. 😁
Anyway, if you miss some vowels, here is a song that can help you with 5 letters words... 😉
When I first started with Wordle I used to take the word from the previous day and start with it 😄 I did that until the word was Proxy and it felt too obscure, so I started with random words.
Last week I stumbled upon an article saying that crane or adieu are the best to start with, so I go with crane now 😄
Great question, @Katerina!
I haven't gotten into the Wordle game (yet), but one of my favorite 5-letter words is:
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My favorite places to go on hikes or bike rides also tend to be in forests or woodlands; besides the important ecosystem services that trees provide, I think they can also make the environment around them more peaceful and relaxing.
I have no particular strategy to start it out; I just plop in whatever random word come to mind. Once I get 2-3 green letters, I'll put an "x" where the unknowns are so I can see what I'm thinking about more clearly. Example: if I have this right so far: "_I_ER" I'll type out "x I x E R" So maybe its VIPER or DIVER; its just easier for me to see.
Here's my 5-letter song:
That's a great word right there Matt! 🙌
I like your dedication of using the previous day's word, I drew blanks every time 🙈
I used to use Apple and Books to learn which letters were in the word, but after finding about Adieu, I've not looked back hehe
One of the reasons why I like it as well, learning (or reminding myself of) words! I also never thought there were so many 5 letter words 😳
I call it "effective strategy" instead hahah
Oh wow, such a small word having so much impact! 🌳👏
That's a great concept - I used to use it too, but I started for looking non-existent words so I kinda gave up myself. In your example, I would get stuck on the word and come up with "fiver" (like the website), which is not a valid word and my brain just couldn't come up with anything better 😬
I usually use the first two guesses to eliminate/find as many different letters as possible and I usually use words that include 2-3 vowels and common-used consonants. For example; steam & dough or story & angle etc.
I don't know if this is a good strategy at all but this usually (but not always) gives me enough letters to make a good guess on the 3rd try 😄
Next time I think I need to try adieu @Katerina
As some of you already mentioned, I also have English as my 2nd language so I think this is a great way to learn some new words 😄
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