We are nothing away from the start of the weekend and it is time to rest, go out or the plan that you most want, which can also be guessing Wordle’s words of the day and its different variants. If this is your case, our guide will come in handy where you can consult the advice, the clues and the solution of the words of January 20, 2023 of the Wordle in Spanish, the Wordle Tildes and the Wordle Científico.
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How to play Wordle, Wordle Tildes and Wordle Scientist
Before starting to play you must take into account some details, such as that you will need to do it from a computer or mobile device and then click on one of the following links:
Also that the different versions offer a maximum of six attempts to guess the words of the day. Once written, its letters will light up in these three possible colors: green if it is placed in the correct place, yellow if it goes in another position and gray if it does not appear anywhere.
Finally, in the Wordle Tildes there is a vowel that must have a tilde and in the Scientific Wordle you have to write a word or name related to science. Here are the clues and solutions for January 20.
Clues for the challenge #379 of the Wordle in Spanish on January 20
- It is made up of two vowels.
- It is made up of three consonants.
- His vowel is repeated.
- The first letter is a consonant and the last is the repeated vowel.
- Between them there is an M and a B.
- A very popular Brazilian dance.
Solution for the challenge #379 of the Wordle in Spanish on January 20
Wordle Tildes Challenge #326 Clues for January 20
- It is composed of three vowels.
- It is composed of four consonants.
- It does not have repeated letters.
- It begins and ends in consonants.
- Between them there is an R and an F.
- The letter that carries the tilde is I.
- Each of the celestial spirits that form their first choir.
Solution for the challenge #326 of the Wordle Tildes of January 20
Clues for January 20th Scientific Wordle Challenge #313
- Contains three vowels.
- Contains four consonants.
- None of his lyrics are repeated.
- The first letter is a consonant and the last letter is a vowel.
- Among all of them there is an O, an L and a J.
- Physical magnitude that quantifies the electrical potential between two points.