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How can you specify that you only want English answers to questions when using Google?

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The option to set the Google search result language to English is located in the Search Settings menu under the Languages option. Locate the Search Settings menu by clicking the Settings tab at the bottom right of the Google homepage.

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How can you specify that you only want English answers to questions when using Google?
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Alternatively, enter a keyword or question into the search query box of the Google home page, and hit Enter. On the search results page, click the gear button in the top right corner. Click on Languages in the drop-down menu. On the next page, locate the search results language option beneath the Google product language menu. Click the Edit link next to the language underneath the header labeled Currently Showing Search Results In, and select English from the menu below.

In order to save this setting for use on any computer or device, you need to create a Google account. Once an account is created, the settings on the device remain permanent as long as the user logs in to the account before beginning a search. Creating a Google account is simple and only requires a name, username, password, birthday and gender. Any international mobile phone number and alternate email address can also be included to aid in account security.

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