“Communications” Hints and Answers in Today’s New York Times for Monday, July 1

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today The New York Times Links Hints and answers coming right away.

How to turn on communications

in LinksA grid of 16 words will appear. Your task is to arrange them into four groups of four by finding out the connections between them. Groups can be things like horror movie franchises, or a type of act or rapper.

There is only one solution to each puzzle, and you will have to be careful when it comes to words that may fall into more than one category. You can mix up the words to perhaps help you see the connections between them.

Each group is color coded. The yellow group is usually the easiest to understand, the blue and green group is in the middle, and the purple group is usually the hardest to understand. The purple group often includes wordplay, so keep that in mind.

Choose four words that you think match each other and press “Submit”. If you guess wrong, you lose a life. If you’re close to getting the right combination, you may see a message telling you that you’re one word away from getting the right combination, but you’ll still need to figure out which word to swap.

If you make four mistakes, the game is over. Let’s make sure that doesn’t happen with the help of a few tips, and if you’re really struggling, here’s today’s tip: Links Answers.

What are today’s communication tips?

Scroll slowly! After hints for both today Links Groups, I will reveal to you what groups are without immediately telling you what words go into them.

Today’s 16 words are…

  • pyramid
  • prince
  • British
  • Seal
  • the scorpion
  • Washington
  • Nova
  • Guide
  • North West
  • Tennis racket
  • Driving
  • eagle
  • Deceive
  • direct
  • Accelerates
  • Guide

Tips for today’s groups are:

  • Yellow Group – Point
  • Green Group – Conspiracy, Fraud
  • Blue group — spotted on an object that is exchanged for goods and services
  • Purple Group – Openings in large northern areas

What are the communication groups today?

Need some extra help?

Be warned: we’re starting to get in. Spoiler area.

Today’s groups are…

  • Yellow Group – Show the Way
  • Green group – striped
  • Blue Group – Appears on the US Dollar Bill
  • Purple group – first word for Canadian provinces/territories

What are today’s communications answers?

Spoiler alert! Don’t scroll to the bottom of the page until you’re ready for today’s news Links Answers.

This is your final warning!

today Links The answers are…

  • Yellow group – showing the way (guiding, guiding, leading, directing)
  • Green group – Schema (CON, HUSTLE, RACKET, STING)
  • Blue Group – Appears on the US Dollar Bill (Eagle, Pyramid, Seal, Washington)
  • Purple Group — First word for Canadian provinces/territories (British, Northwest, Nova, Prince)

My second loss in a row was disappointing since a) it’s Canada Day and that should have been appropriate and b) this is the country I live in. Now I’m worried I won’t be back after my vacation.

I’ve spotted STING, USHER, and PRINCE from the beginning but haven’t seen any other singer with the same name to join them. Then I turned my attention to green but made a mistake when I included PYRAMID instead of STING initially. I corrected that on the first set.

Then I found the yellow color before I had a problem. I had no idea what was blue or purple. NOVA was supposed to be enough of a hint of purple. But after a few random guesses, my luck ran out.

That’s all for today. Links Clues and Answers. Be sure to check out my blog for hints and solutions for Tuesday’s game if you need them.

Note: I went to a really fun concert on Friday, with both The Darkness (a band I really like) and Busted who always play some really fun music. So let’s start this week with my favorite song from Busted.

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