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I'm writing an essay about a topic "adolescent and decision making". But, I've realized that I'm not properly/effectively using Google.

I'll want post a question about using Google effectively, but I don't know where I should post (I posted to English but they said out-off topic)

question:

Topic : parents let teens to make their own decision
Question: how should I divide that sentence and Google to take nearly best result

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Did you try the search terms exactly as phrased above? parents let teens make their own decisions You get quite a few results. It's hard to tell you how to improve things without knowing more about what you want. – Cody Gray Jul 11 '11 at 11:07

I'm not sure that there is a site where this would be on topic.

Web Applications would be the obvious choice - your question is about using Google search, so at first glance it would appear to be on topic.

However, you're asking for help on a very specific search phrase which ties the question very closely to your circumstances - which makes the question "too localised" and hence liable to be closed.

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QChrisF, thanks, I'll try to make that question to be more general – user148634 Jul 11 '11 at 11:00

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