Questions Google can answer directly - Part I

Google, the search engine, used to help users find the answers by navigating them to other websites. But these days Google can answer questions directly.

We found some questions and answers that are globally available.


In this part, we listed questions that everyone may ask.

In part II, we listed those somewhat specialized.


1. my IP


2. my location or where am I


3. [city] time

Omit [city] to show local time

[country] time

Time in the country's capital and all time zones of the country.


4. [city] sunrise/sunset

Omit [city] to show local info.


5. [city/district] weather/forcast


6. [city1] to [city2]

Flights from city1 to city2. "to" can also be omitted.


7. [city] traffic

Omit [city] to show local info.


8. [country/city] travel

Travel guide.


9. calc or [constant expression]

Calculator. Enter a constant expression like "1+1" or "sin2" to show its result.


10. [number] [unit1] = [unit2] or convert [number] [unit1] in/to [unit2]

[number] can be omitted.


11. [number] [currency1] = [currency2] or convert [number] [currency1] in/to [currency2]

[number] can be omitted.


12. [word] or [word] dictionary or [word] mean

Look up the word in Google's dictionary.


13. [foreign word] in [language] or translate [foreign word] in/to [language]

Note: the translation in the picture is incorrect.



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