Can you write a paragraph without the letter I

Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?


May be, the letter has no facts that encourage others but you gave me a troublesome work.
When someone makes an attempt to compose a paragraph they usually tends to use the letter that you asked not to use.
Well, the letter denotes self-centeredness, self-love, self-regard.
Do you got message about the letter you planned to throw out of the alphabets.
Yes, the letter reported me tearfully and asked that,“ Why the humans plan to dump me?”.
Oh sorry! There are no words to answer.
Just bored by my own thoughts to make a paragraph.
Oh yeah! Really my thoughts are wonderful to answer.
Anyway thanks for easy challenge.
But when you ask the challenge for letter E.
You may be turned as a murderer of alphabets.

Sorry the above paragraph really has no facts.

Thank you :)
Stay happy! Stay calm!
P.
S: Do assure that paragraph doesn't has the letter.


Once there was a puppy.
The owners of the puppy played basketball every day.
Basketball games used to be broadcast on TV and the puppy owners would enjoy them.
Each team had eleven players who got swaped often to replace another one.
The players were aged not less than seventeen years and not more than forty.
Any grave setback of the players' careers hurt the teams' morale.
To boost a team's morale was one of the top goals of the concerned teams' coaches.
Coaches could not be above 55 years of age.
55 was also the age when any governmental employee ended careers.
After that age, they housed themselves peacefully or unpeacefully forever after.


Of course you can.
The conventions for writing dialogue make it commonplace.

When writing spoken dialogue, every new speaker/character should begin a new paragraph.
Terse responses, even only single words, are all new paragraphs.

For example:
Davy entered the room and turned to Adam.

“You do know your coffee’s slopped onto those documents, don’t you?”
Adam looked away from the screen.
“Oh bollocks!” He blurted, as he dropped the Smartphone and pulled the papers from the mess on the desk.

Three paragraphs, none of which includes the letter ‘i’.


Can you write a paragraph without using an I?
If one were to follow the English-language writing traditions of earlier centuries, not only would one write entire paragraphs without using the personal pronoun but entire books.
Try it.
Hundreds of authors have done it across many centuries.
Possibly the tradition stems from the formal Latin, which was the language of scholarship in Western Christendom and Europe until modern languages came into common academic use.

UPDATE: Not sure what Quora is doing.
I wrote this answer at Sarah Bowman's answer to Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?.
Then checked to see if it got posted.
I was “redirected” to this question.
It said to edit my draft.
Now it appears in two places.
This update does not appear at the other place.
If you find this confusing, so do I.


Once upon a story, a cow saw some hay near the hose pen.
The cow went over and ate the hay.
Then, the horse got mad and punched the cow owner.
The horse was never the same after that problem happened.
The cow passed and the owner became sad and constructed a cow pedestal for the cow.
The horse then went on and ate hay by the ocean.

BOOM!! Did it… Oops….
.


The Hard Part- One can’t refer to oneself by personal pronouns here.

The Meh Part- Really not the most common letter ever…
The Great Part- My answer is done.
Next A2A please.


Yes, of course.
So can you or anyone who cares to.
Those who don’t care to, won’t.
They don’t have to say why.
Or why not.
Please post better requests.


This depends on the way you are using “I”.
If you mean the letter, it may be hard to come by someone who can, because the letter “I” is such a common letter.

However, if you mean the word “I”, as in yourself, I know of someone who has written almost an entire book without ever using the word until one of the last chapters.
She was a Russian-American author, who, unfortunately, passed away before I was even born.
When I read one of her most famous books, I absolutely fell in love.
You may already know who I am talking about.

Ayn Rand
She wrote Anthem (which I have read), Fountainhead (currently reading), and Atlas Shrugged (planning on reading).

In Anthem, Ayn Rand used the term “We” to explain the horror and misleading life of communism, and how it affects our thinking.
She put this topic into an extreme perspective, where the people didn’t even have their own thoughts, and called themselves “We”, because the law stated that anything not done with their brothers, or even thought without their brothers was evil.


Perhaps I can.
Of course, that is an interesting notion: to write an entire paragraph and yet to omit a common grapheme.
I, too, wonder whether it can be done? Perhaps; perhaps not.
This notwithstanding, I am attempting the above dare.
And, so far, it seems that I can write a paragraph without using the aforementioned character.
Oh, joy: I've done it!
Edit: I just realized that this one was supposed to be without 'I.
' …I read 'l'—a lower-case 'L.
' I'll edit my answer again later and see if I can.


Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?


May be, the letter has no facts that encourage others but you gave me a troublesome work.
When someone makes an attempt to compose a paragraph they usually tends to use the letter that you asked not to use.
Well, the letter denotes self-centeredness, self-love, self-regard.
Do you got message about the letter you planned to throw out of the alphabets.
Yes, the letter reported me tearfully and asked that,“ Why the humans plan to dump me?”.
Oh sorry! There are no words to answer.
Just bored by my own thoughts to make a paragraph.
Oh yeah! Really my thoughts are wonderful to answer.
Anyway thanks for easy challenge.
But when you ask the challenge for letter E.
You may be turned as a murderer of alphabets.

Sorry the above paragraph really has no facts.

Thank you :)
Stay happy! Stay calm!
P.
S: Do assure that paragraph doesn't has the letter.


Once there was a puppy.
The owners of the puppy played basketball every day.
Basketball games used to be broadcast on TV and the puppy owners would enjoy them.
Each team had eleven players who got swaped often to replace another one.
The players were aged not less than seventeen years and not more than forty.
Any grave setback of the players' careers hurt the teams' morale.
To boost a team's morale was one of the top goals of the concerned teams' coaches.
Coaches could not be above 55 years of age.
55 was also the age when any governmental employee ended careers.
After that age, they housed themselves peacefully or unpeacefully forever after.


Of course you can.
The conventions for writing dialogue make it commonplace.

When writing spoken dialogue, every new speaker/character should begin a new paragraph.
Terse responses, even only single words, are all new paragraphs.

For example:
Davy entered the room and turned to Adam.

“You do know your coffee’s slopped onto those documents, don’t you?”
Adam looked away from the screen.
“Oh bollocks!” He blurted, as he dropped the Smartphone and pulled the papers from the mess on the desk.

Three paragraphs, none of which includes the letter ‘i’.


Can you write a paragraph without using an I?
If one were to follow the English-language writing traditions of earlier centuries, not only would one write entire paragraphs without using the personal pronoun but entire books.
Try it.
Hundreds of authors have done it across many centuries.
Possibly the tradition stems from the formal Latin, which was the language of scholarship in Western Christendom and Europe until modern languages came into common academic use.

UPDATE: Not sure what Quora is doing.
I wrote this answer at Sarah Bowman's answer to Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?.
Then checked to see if it got posted.
I was “redirected” to this question.
It said to edit my draft.
Now it appears in two places.
This update does not appear at the other place.
If you find this confusing, so do I.


Once upon a story, a cow saw some hay near the hose pen.
The cow went over and ate the hay.
Then, the horse got mad and punched the cow owner.
The horse was never the same after that problem happened.
The cow passed and the owner became sad and constructed a cow pedestal for the cow.
The horse then went on and ate hay by the ocean.

BOOM!! Did it… Oops….
.


The Hard Part- One can’t refer to oneself by personal pronouns here.

The Meh Part- Really not the most common letter ever…
The Great Part- My answer is done.
Next A2A please.


Yes, of course.
So can you or anyone who cares to.
Those who don’t care to, won’t.
They don’t have to say why.
Or why not.
Please post better requests.


This depends on the way you are using “I”.
If you mean the letter, it may be hard to come by someone who can, because the letter “I” is such a common letter.

However, if you mean the word “I”, as in yourself, I know of someone who has written almost an entire book without ever using the word until one of the last chapters.
She was a Russian-American author, who, unfortunately, passed away before I was even born.
When I read one of her most famous books, I absolutely fell in love.
You may already know who I am talking about.

Ayn Rand
She wrote Anthem (which I have read), Fountainhead (currently reading), and Atlas Shrugged (planning on reading).

In Anthem, Ayn Rand used the term “We” to explain the horror and misleading life of communism, and how it affects our thinking.
She put this topic into an extreme perspective, where the people didn’t even have their own thoughts, and called themselves “We”, because the law stated that anything not done with their brothers, or even thought without their brothers was evil.


Perhaps I can.
Of course, that is an interesting notion: to write an entire paragraph and yet to omit a common grapheme.
I, too, wonder whether it can be done? Perhaps; perhaps not.
This notwithstanding, I am attempting the above dare.
And, so far, it seems that I can write a paragraph without using the aforementioned character.
Oh, joy: I've done it!
Edit: I just realized that this one was supposed to be without 'I.
' …I read 'l'—a lower-case 'L.
' I'll edit my answer again later and see if I can.


Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?


May be, the letter has no facts that encourage others but you gave me a troublesome work.
When someone makes an attempt to compose a paragraph they usually tends to use the letter that you asked not to use.
Well, the letter denotes self-centeredness, self-love, self-regard.
Do you got message about the letter you planned to throw out of the alphabets.
Yes, the letter reported me tearfully and asked that,“ Why the humans plan to dump me?”.
Oh sorry! There are no words to answer.
Just bored by my own thoughts to make a paragraph.
Oh yeah! Really my thoughts are wonderful to answer.
Anyway thanks for easy challenge.
But when you ask the challenge for letter E.
You may be turned as a murderer of alphabets.

Sorry the above paragraph really has no facts.

Thank you :)
Stay happy! Stay calm!
P.
S: Do assure that paragraph doesn't has the letter.


Once there was a puppy.
The owners of the puppy played basketball every day.
Basketball games used to be broadcast on TV and the puppy owners would enjoy them.
Each team had eleven players who got swaped often to replace another one.
The players were aged not less than seventeen years and not more than forty.
Any grave setback of the players' careers hurt the teams' morale.
To boost a team's morale was one of the top goals of the concerned teams' coaches.
Coaches could not be above 55 years of age.
55 was also the age when any governmental employee ended careers.
After that age, they housed themselves peacefully or unpeacefully forever after.


Of course you can.
The conventions for writing dialogue make it commonplace.

When writing spoken dialogue, every new speaker/character should begin a new paragraph.
Terse responses, even only single words, are all new paragraphs.

For example:
Davy entered the room and turned to Adam.

“You do know your coffee’s slopped onto those documents, don’t you?”
Adam looked away from the screen.
“Oh bollocks!” He blurted, as he dropped the Smartphone and pulled the papers from the mess on the desk.

Three paragraphs, none of which includes the letter ‘i’.


Can you write a paragraph without using an I?
If one were to follow the English-language writing traditions of earlier centuries, not only would one write entire paragraphs without using the personal pronoun but entire books.
Try it.
Hundreds of authors have done it across many centuries.
Possibly the tradition stems from the formal Latin, which was the language of scholarship in Western Christendom and Europe until modern languages came into common academic use.

UPDATE: Not sure what Quora is doing.
I wrote this answer at Sarah Bowman's answer to Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?.
Then checked to see if it got posted.
I was “redirected” to this question.
It said to edit my draft.
Now it appears in two places.
This update does not appear at the other place.
If you find this confusing, so do I.


Once upon a story, a cow saw some hay near the hose pen.
The cow went over and ate the hay.
Then, the horse got mad and punched the cow owner.
The horse was never the same after that problem happened.
The cow passed and the owner became sad and constructed a cow pedestal for the cow.
The horse then went on and ate hay by the ocean.

BOOM!! Did it… Oops….
.


The Hard Part- One can’t refer to oneself by personal pronouns here.

The Meh Part- Really not the most common letter ever…
The Great Part- My answer is done.
Next A2A please.


Yes, of course.
So can you or anyone who cares to.
Those who don’t care to, won’t.
They don’t have to say why.
Or why not.
Please post better requests.


This depends on the way you are using “I”.
If you mean the letter, it may be hard to come by someone who can, because the letter “I” is such a common letter.

However, if you mean the word “I”, as in yourself, I know of someone who has written almost an entire book without ever using the word until one of the last chapters.
She was a Russian-American author, who, unfortunately, passed away before I was even born.
When I read one of her most famous books, I absolutely fell in love.
You may already know who I am talking about.

Ayn Rand
She wrote Anthem (which I have read), Fountainhead (currently reading), and Atlas Shrugged (planning on reading).

In Anthem, Ayn Rand used the term “We” to explain the horror and misleading life of communism, and how it affects our thinking.
She put this topic into an extreme perspective, where the people didn’t even have their own thoughts, and called themselves “We”, because the law stated that anything not done with their brothers, or even thought without their brothers was evil.


Perhaps I can.
Of course, that is an interesting notion: to write an entire paragraph and yet to omit a common grapheme.
I, too, wonder whether it can be done? Perhaps; perhaps not.
This notwithstanding, I am attempting the above dare.
And, so far, it seems that I can write a paragraph without using the aforementioned character.
Oh, joy: I've done it!
Edit: I just realized that this one was supposed to be without 'I.
' …I read 'l'—a lower-case 'L.
' I'll edit my answer again later and see if I can.


Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?


May be, the letter has no facts that encourage others but you gave me a troublesome work.
When someone makes an attempt to compose a paragraph they usually tends to use the letter that you asked not to use.
Well, the letter denotes self-centeredness, self-love, self-regard.
Do you got message about the letter you planned to throw out of the alphabets.
Yes, the letter reported me tearfully and asked that,“ Why the humans plan to dump me?”.
Oh sorry! There are no words to answer.
Just bored by my own thoughts to make a paragraph.
Oh yeah! Really my thoughts are wonderful to answer.
Anyway thanks for easy challenge.
But when you ask the challenge for letter E.
You may be turned as a murderer of alphabets.

Sorry the above paragraph really has no facts.

Thank you :)
Stay happy! Stay calm!
P.
S: Do assure that paragraph doesn't has the letter.


Once there was a puppy.
The owners of the puppy played basketball every day.
Basketball games used to be broadcast on TV and the puppy owners would enjoy them.
Each team had eleven players who got swaped often to replace another one.
The players were aged not less than seventeen years and not more than forty.
Any grave setback of the players' careers hurt the teams' morale.
To boost a team's morale was one of the top goals of the concerned teams' coaches.
Coaches could not be above 55 years of age.
55 was also the age when any governmental employee ended careers.
After that age, they housed themselves peacefully or unpeacefully forever after.


Of course you can.
The conventions for writing dialogue make it commonplace.

When writing spoken dialogue, every new speaker/character should begin a new paragraph.
Terse responses, even only single words, are all new paragraphs.

For example:
Davy entered the room and turned to Adam.

“You do know your coffee’s slopped onto those documents, don’t you?”
Adam looked away from the screen.
“Oh bollocks!” He blurted, as he dropped the Smartphone and pulled the papers from the mess on the desk.

Three paragraphs, none of which includes the letter ‘i’.


Can you write a paragraph without using an I?
If one were to follow the English-language writing traditions of earlier centuries, not only would one write entire paragraphs without using the personal pronoun but entire books.
Try it.
Hundreds of authors have done it across many centuries.
Possibly the tradition stems from the formal Latin, which was the language of scholarship in Western Christendom and Europe until modern languages came into common academic use.

UPDATE: Not sure what Quora is doing.
I wrote this answer at Sarah Bowman's answer to Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?.
Then checked to see if it got posted.
I was “redirected” to this question.
It said to edit my draft.
Now it appears in two places.
This update does not appear at the other place.
If you find this confusing, so do I.


Once upon a story, a cow saw some hay near the hose pen.
The cow went over and ate the hay.
Then, the horse got mad and punched the cow owner.
The horse was never the same after that problem happened.
The cow passed and the owner became sad and constructed a cow pedestal for the cow.
The horse then went on and ate hay by the ocean.

BOOM!! Did it… Oops….
.


The Hard Part- One can’t refer to oneself by personal pronouns here.

The Meh Part- Really not the most common letter ever…
The Great Part- My answer is done.
Next A2A please.


Yes, of course.
So can you or anyone who cares to.
Those who don’t care to, won’t.
They don’t have to say why.
Or why not.
Please post better requests.


This depends on the way you are using “I”.
If you mean the letter, it may be hard to come by someone who can, because the letter “I” is such a common letter.

However, if you mean the word “I”, as in yourself, I know of someone who has written almost an entire book without ever using the word until one of the last chapters.
She was a Russian-American author, who, unfortunately, passed away before I was even born.
When I read one of her most famous books, I absolutely fell in love.
You may already know who I am talking about.

Ayn Rand
She wrote Anthem (which I have read), Fountainhead (currently reading), and Atlas Shrugged (planning on reading).

In Anthem, Ayn Rand used the term “We” to explain the horror and misleading life of communism, and how it affects our thinking.
She put this topic into an extreme perspective, where the people didn’t even have their own thoughts, and called themselves “We”, because the law stated that anything not done with their brothers, or even thought without their brothers was evil.


Perhaps I can.
Of course, that is an interesting notion: to write an entire paragraph and yet to omit a common grapheme.
I, too, wonder whether it can be done? Perhaps; perhaps not.
This notwithstanding, I am attempting the above dare.
And, so far, it seems that I can write a paragraph without using the aforementioned character.
Oh, joy: I've done it!
Edit: I just realized that this one was supposed to be without 'I.
' …I read 'l'—a lower-case 'L.
' I'll edit my answer again later and see if I can.


Can you write a paragraph without the letter I?


The Hard Part- One can’t refer to oneself by personal pronouns here.

The Meh Part- Really not the most common letter ever…
The Great Part- My answer is done.
Next A2A please.


Once there was a puppy.
The owners of the puppy played basketball every day.
Basketball games used to be broadcast on TV and the puppy owners would enjoy them.
Each team had eleven players who got swaped often to replace another one.
The players were aged not less than seventeen years and not more than forty.
Any grave setback of the players' careers hurt the teams' morale.
To boost a team's morale was one of the top goals of the concerned teams' coaches.
Coaches could not be above 55 years of age.
55 was also the age when any governmental employee ended careers.
After that age, they housed themselves peacefully or unpeacefully forever after.


Of course you can.
The conventions for writing dialogue make it commonplace.

When writing spoken dialogue, every new speaker/character should begin a new paragraph.
Terse responses, even only single words, are all new paragraphs.

For example:
Davy entered the room and turned to Adam.

“You do know your coffee’s slopped onto those documents, don’t you?”
Adam looked away from the screen.
“Oh bollocks!” He blurted, as he dropped the Smartphone and pulled the papers from the mess on the desk.

Three paragraphs, none of which includes the letter ‘i’.


Yes, of course.
So can you or anyone who cares to.
Those who don’t care to, won’t.
They don’t have to say why.
Or why not.
Please post better requests.


This depends on the way you are using “I”.
If you mean the letter, it may be hard to come by someone who can, because the letter “I” is such a common letter.

However, if you mean the word “I”, as in yourself, I know of someone who has written almost an entire book without ever using the word until one of the last chapters.
She was a Russian-American author, who, unfortunately, passed away before I was even born.
When I read one of her most famous books, I absolutely fell in love.
You may already know who I am talking about.

Ayn Rand
She wrote Anthem (which I have read), Fountainhead (currently reading), and Atlas Shrugged (planning on reading).

In Anthem, Ayn Rand used the term “We” to explain the horror and misleading life of communism, and how it affects our thinking.
She put this topic into an extreme perspective, where the people didn’t even have their own thoughts, and called themselves “We”, because the law stated that anything not done with their brothers, or even thought without their brothers was evil.


Perhaps I can.
Of course, that is an interesting notion: to write an entire paragraph and yet to omit a common grapheme.
I, too, wonder whether it can be done? Perhaps; perhaps not.
This notwithstanding, I am attempting the above dare.
And, so far, it seems that I can write a paragraph without using the aforementioned character.
Oh, joy: I've done it!
Edit: I just realized that this one was supposed to be without 'I.
' …I read 'l'—a lower-case 'L.
' I'll edit my answer again later and see if I can.

Updated: 11.06.2019 — 1:37 pm

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