More difficult words to spell: February; abandon; abstinence; boycott; curriculum; collaboration; desirable; detour; fastened; fiancee, indiscriminate; individual; nirvana; pseudonym
Difficult words to spell: fulfilled; pursuit; reminiscence; seize; siege; hygiene; argument; colossal; feasible; hindrance; grammar
Difficult words to spell: definitely; diarrhoea; embarrass; mischievous; miscellaneous; sergeant; unconscious; questionnaire; prestigious; supersede; personnel; haemorrhage; gauge; occurrence; parallel; buoy; committee; connoisseur; all right
Semicolon: The most common way to use a semicolon is to connect two independent clauses, meaning they could stand alone as their own sentences. Eg. “My sister also has hairy knuckles; she loved to wash and comb them.”
If only. The word ONLY is often misplaced. Eg. She only had 3 lemons left. The reader could think this means: She alone has 3 lemons left. But what the writer means is: She had only 3 lemons left or in other words: 3 lemons were all she had left.
If you include
location: only articles from the location you specify will be returned. For example, [prime minister:Australia ] will show articles that match the term “prime minister” from sites in Australia. Many other country names work - try them and see.
If you include
inanchor: in your query, Google will restrict the results to pages containing the query terms you specify in the anchor text to the page. For example, [tennis inanchor: rackets] will return pages in which the anchor text on the pages contain the word “rackets” and the page contains the word “tennis.”
Allintext is a Google search command which returns sites that contain the search terms in the text of the page. For example, [allintext: photography bag list] will return only pages in which the words “photography”, “bag” and “list” appear in the text of the page.
Allinurl is a Google search command which returns sites that contain the search terms in the URL. For example, [allinurl: web writing] will return only sites in which the URL contain the words “web” and “writing.”
Allinanchor is a Google search command which returns sites that contain the search terms in the anchor text. For example, [allinanchor: web writing] will return only sites in which the anchor text on links to the pages contain the words “web” and “writing.”
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