We won't spoil the answer for you, but today's Wordle had a lot of British people angry, including the British embassy.
Wordle, the online word puzzle, has taken the world by storm. It's forced people to use English language cues and creative thinking to solve the 5-letter word every day. But like most Brits today, we've learned that the type of English you follow matters.
The British Embassy in Washington DC tweeted today trolling today's Wordle, which is spelled the American way rather than the British way.
Wordle 235 \n\n \n ^
— British Embassy Washington (@British Embassy Washington)
In most British spelling, words that sound like "or" typically include a "u" in between the "o" and "r", like neighbour, favourite, and colour. But in the US that "u" is removed.
Similarly, words that sound like "eyes" typically include an "s" rather than a "z", like realise, apologise, and organise.
This slight difference makes it a bit more difficult for UK Wordle solvers to figure out the word.
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British people doing Wordle 235 today.pic.twitter.com/dmFt4m7BS2