If you want to beat your friends at Words With Friends, you must learn how to use the “Q.”
Yes, it’s one of the highest point tiles in the game, but it’s also one of the hardest ones to use correctly.
The good news is, it’s easy to learn.
The bad news is, if you don’t read the rest of this article, you may never learn how to use the “Q” to win Words With Friends.
2-Letter Words With the Letter Q
It’s no secret. Two letter words in Words With Friends can help you win games.
However, today, we’re going to focus on the ONLY 2-letter word that has a Q in it…
Yes, that’s a word. It’s pronounced as “chee” and it’s chinese for vitality. It’s also one of the easiest ways to score big points in a Words With Friends game.
Since “I” is a common letter in this word game, you’ll always be able to find them on the board.
Plus, since it’s so common, you can potentially “set up” your opponent.
Imagine dropping an I near a double letter or triple letter square. Then, the following turn, dropping your Q on that tile and activating it TWICE.
Bam. 42 points!
3-Letter Words with the Letter Q
Yes, QI is a great word.
However, sometimes it just doesn’t work.
And that’s where these three, fantastic 3-letter Q words come in.
You’ll notice that the second one, QUA, requires the U, which isn’t preferable since there aren’t that many Us in Words With Friends.
QAT, on the other hand, is the money word.
You can almost always pull it off.
And since it’s using both an A and a T, you can offer stack two or three words with ease.
Q Words Without A U
Once you know the 2-Letter Q words, and the 3-Letter Q words, the next step to beating your friends at Words With Friends requires you to remember the Q words without the letter U.
Here’s a list:
The Bottom Line
Don’t forget these three words. They will help you WIN games. They will help you beat your friends regularly.
QI, QAT, and QUA.
And that’s it. Commit them to memory.
If you want to kick up your game, remember the Q words without a U in them, too.