The Complete Alphabet In A Sentence – Pangrams

To incorporate all the letters of the alphabet into a sentence and ideally use each letter just once – that is a pangram. It is a challenge that works for all alphabet-based languages. Apart of the fun, the practical use of pangrams is, for example, when testing a new font to make certain it has all the letters of the alphabet.  Here are some examples.

Pangrams are sentences or expressions that use all the letters of the alphabet.  The best known pangram in English is “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog,” a sentence that’s often used for touch-typing practice. “Sensewise,” says Howard Richler, “pangrams are the antithesis to palindromes. Youth Time has prepared the most exciting pangrams. Enyoj with us.

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