Liberation: Using the Web (Advanced)

Combining Terms

Combining Terms to Refine your Search

One method you can use to refine your search is to look for combinations of terms.

For example, you may be interested in the effect of eating chocolate on your health. Searching for either chocolate or health on their own will give you many more results than you can use, most of which will be irrelevant to you. Searching for both together, however, will return only those sites that mention both words. The search now has a context:

chocolate in relation to health

By providing your search with a context, the results are much more likely to be relevant to your needs.

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