Jedley on 12/26/2005
|A pangram is a sentence that contains all 26 letters of the alphabet. The fewer 'surplus' letters in the sentence, the more efficient the pangram.|
The fellow to the left is the star of the most famous pangram of all, which is the subject of question number 1.
What you'll be asked to do is identify the word or words that have been left out of a pangram or, to put it another way, which words would make a sentence a pangram.
Wrong answers are wrong not because they don't make sense (most right answers don't make sense either!), but because they don't help create a sentence containing all 26 letters of the alphabet.
Ready? Have fun!
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