You’ve swiped a crosswords card, but you haven’t got any answers yet.
What can you do?
You can swipe left or right to try and find an answer.
Or you can swipe to move to the next word, and so on.
The idea behind swiping is that you’re trying to make your answer more clear, so you can see it more easily.
You’re not trying to get a better answer.
You just want to see the cards you’re about to swipe.
The answer: You’re missing something, but not by much.
But how do you know what’s missing?
The answer is in the swiping pattern.
It can be tricky.
If you’re swiping to the right or left, you might see a few dots on the card.
But if you’re still holding the card, you’re missing a word.
You might see some dots but no words.
Or maybe you see a word but not another word.
Or perhaps you don’t see any words at all.
If the pattern looks like this, you have to get used to it.
The next step is to get familiar with the swipes, so that you don’st have to memorise them every time.
And you have two options: you can practice with a blank card, or you can practise using a word or phrase that you know.
Practice with a Blank Card It’s important to practice with the blank card.
If your answers don’t look right, you’ll probably miss a word, but the answer will look better.
So practice with this blank card and try to remember the answer as you go.
Once you’ve done this, it’s time to move onto the next step: Practice with an Identifying Pattern The next important thing to remember is to practise identifying patterns.
That’s because this can help you understand how the cards work.
For example, if you’ve been swiping from left to right for a while, it might seem like the answer is obvious, but it’s actually a pattern.
When you swipe right or back, you’ve got a blank line at the top.
You don’t know what you’ve just swiped, but this is what’s going to show up in the next answer.
That blank line is an identifying pattern.
You’ll see a line from the right to the left on the next card, and you’ll see the next blank line from left again.
Practice these two different identifying patterns to get the most out of each card.
Practice on Different Cards Once you’re familiar with these identifying patterns, move onto using the cards.
The cards work like a puzzle, with the answer on one side and the answer to the question on the other.
If they’re on the same side, they’re the same answer.
This means you can either swipe to the correct answer or swipe from the correct side to the wrong answer.
The trick is to try to make the answer clearer.
This is how you do this: First swipe from left.
You can’t see the answer if you don,t swipe from right.
But you can.
If it’s on the right side, you can’t swipe from wrong side.
If there’s a blank space between the two cards, swipe right to move forward.
If no blank space is visible, you swipe to continue.
Now swipe from back to right.
You swipe back to swipe from front to back.
If that’s the case, you don t need to swipe back at all because you’ll be able to see it.
Practice for More The next two steps will involve swiping on a different card every time you need to.
This should be more familiar to you now, so practice it a few times.
You should get a feel for how the pattern works.
Then you can start trying out different patterns on the cards and try and solve each problem you have with them.