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Would anyone know the shortest sentence in the English language that has every letter of the alphabet?
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I made one with 38 letters, but it only uses four words...

"Exquisite flapjacks overwhelmingly blazed."

I don't claim that the sentence make sense, only that it's grammatically correct.

Three words anyone?
Also, the sentence:

"High above the jungle, extreme numbers of amazing jackdaws and quetzals squawked and flapped very excitedly."

contains every letter of the alphabet at least TWICE, and in many cases, exactly twice.

Beat that, wordsmiths. ;-)
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The five boxing wizards jump quickly

has every letter in the alphabet in it and is only 31 letters Emotion: stick out tongue
how do you know there a sentence shorter
the first one has no h no v
and second has no g
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it doesnt have a v in it
Sorry but that sentence doesn't have a c, j, q, s or v.
A quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
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"THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG". does NOT contain all the letters of the alphabet.

Missing the 'H'.
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