Could you write a paragraph without using the letter K

Could you write a paragraph without using the letter K?


Chug chug chug! Jay peers into the mug, full of piping hot, cream saturated coffee.
His reflection shows a dreary expression.
He was too exhausted to be productive, yet too anxious to receive any sort of sleep.
He knew this essay wasn’t going to finish itself.
He haphazardly typed away at the computer.
As more and more technological advances are being made, the Earth has suffered the consequences.
As factories, plants, and cars release greenhouses gasses into the air, they get trapped in the atmosphere and the Earth’s temperatures rise…this sounds dreadful!
He squinted, waiting for ideas to churn in his head, but he felt no inspiration.
He twiddled his thumbs.
Music! I need music! He plugged in his headphones and heavy metal tunes hammered against his ears.
He was desperate not to succumb to slumber.
It was 2:42 a.
m.
He took a deep breath and gulped down his fourth cup of coffee.
In 20 minutes, the essay was complete.
He wasn’t sure what he had written, but it would have to do.
A shame for him, he slept in that morning.


Fun Fact: That letter doesn’t even exist in the Spanish language.
It’s part of their alphabet but only used to reference foreign spellings.
Given that, you could compose an entire novel in Spanish, (only using spelling that is native to the Spanish language), and it’d seem perfectly normal.

Here’s a random paragraph that I copied from a Spanish-translated “Romeo and Juliet”.

Le han visto allí muchas mañanas, aumentando
con su llanto el rocío de la mañana,
añadiendo a las nubes sus nubes de suspiros.

Mas, en cuanto el sol, que todo alegra,
comienza a descorrer por el remoto oriente
las oscuras cortinas del lecho de Aurora,
mi melancólico hijo huye de la luz
y se encierra solitario en su aposento,
cerrando las ventanas, expulsando toda luz
y creándose una noche artificial
Este humor será muy sombrío y funesto
si la causa no la quita el buen consejo.

Bonus Fact: The same goes for the letter “W”.
Just for fun, I decided to omit that letter too.


It’s an utterly simple thing to do.
The number of words in the English language containing the eleventh letter of the alphabet is rather small, compared to, for example, “a” or “e”.
For the record, the letter “c”, which is often pronounced similarly to that eleventh letter, is far more commonly used in words, phrases and sentences.
You can search all you want, but it’s doubtful you will find such a letter in my paragraph.


This is the most easiest question I got to answer.
Anyone can write this.
If something is easy for me than it will be easy for you too.
I want you to try this.
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Hey! I love you.
Your smile is eye catching.
Can you smile for me again.
I just want you to be mentally happy and healthy.
I am not a good motivator or a great writer who can touch your heart with words.
But still I will say “Always smile”.

You are one of the precious things in the world.
Your smile can bring smile in others too.

☺️
Nothing better than this.
These were some random lines.


Yes sure, I would love to accept this challenge.

The letter which I cannot use is not just a letter, it’s an emotion.
Many quorans would agree that they really want this letter to show up in their number of followers.
Many people want to have the highest number prefixed before this letter in the form of their salary.
Many people get pissed off if this letter comes as a reply from their significant other.
This letter’s essence has been snatched by the letters “C” and “Q”, Quora is the best example here.
Even Aryan’s and Suhana’s father’s movie “DAR” would have been a flop if this letter wasn’t given that much importance !
It’s a small request from this little letter,
“If you love someone, let them sleep” (Totally irrelevant here but still does not involve the letter which comes before “L” and after “J”).

Yay, I succeeded !


Challenge accepted.

This is so easy as opposed to letter A (see Innocent Masengo's answer to Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter A?).
If only you had included the sound in the challenge so that words such as “can” or “ cat” would be disqualified.
Even with this random writing I haven’t required the use of that letter yet.
This means, therefore, that it is not such a popular letter in the English alphabet.
I could actually write an entire essay without it even with my seemingly intermediate level English proficiency.
It is also much easier for anyone to get their away around this challenge because the length of a paragraph is relative.
I could have a paragraph of just three lines, and that’s it.

Challenge accomplished.


Accepting the challenge,
So I am writing about a letter which is the eleventh letter of the modern english alphabet.
It represents the voiceless velar plosive.
It is originally derived from a word in the language prevalent in Greece.
The original word is the symbol of open hand.
It is often used as a prominent reply to end any boring conversation.
Girls often use this word when they find the conversation boring.
Boys are slowly finding creative answers to encounter the reply to this word.
This word is used to denote “thousand”.

Mission accomplished.


Once upon a time there was an Oreo(Bare with me) and he was all alone and he lived by the sea! but even with the quite the view the poor Oreo was sad and cold as ice.
one day a young man had passed by with a fair lady as they strided happily along pier and the Oreo followed then the Oreo confronted the man and his lady and said “I need a ride.
” the man was fast to tell the Oreo that he had no car to drive him.
but the Oreo didn’t care so he said it again as if he did not understand “I said can I have a ride” Visibly enraged the man threw the Oreo into the sea.
and he was dissolved into nothing-more but dust in the sea.


Yes You Can and I just did that
I believe I can try and I am sure I am going to succeed in this one.
There are so many things that you may write or you may communicate without using any specific words as long as it is not AEIO and U.

If we must use any real life examples of writing a paragraph, then I can write about animals or let’s say the life of a dog.

I do not have any dog, never had and I may never have one, so I may be wrong in all the things that I am about to write.
But I am writing this just for this answer.

A dog rises with his master, and then they both go out for a short run.
Their dog does his thing that you don't want him to do inside the house or on your couch.
After that they both reach to home circling the neighborhood, and master eats something before leaving for the office.
He offers something to his dog as well for eats.
Then master leaves the house and dog stays inside the house alone for whole day.

in the evening when master get freedom from his 9 to 5 boring job he bring some exciting food for his dog and for himself as well.
After that they both eat their delicious meal together and they both go to sleep.

This routine remains same for everyday and it changes only on Saturday and Sunday.


A paragraph – I think I did a pretty good job !


Alright.


Yes I can.
There is no need for me to use that letter, which is of Hellenic origin, when the hard ‘c’, encountered in Latin, will do the job.
The irony, of course, is that my first name contains the letter in question, but as it is of Scots Gaelic origin, it would have been written as Caoineach, meaning ‘handsome’, the word ceann meaning ‘head’, and of course, Scots Gaelic is from the Goidelic branch of the Celtic language family, in which the ‘c’ is always hard, as it is in Irish, though not Manx.
Were I writing in another Germanic language, in which the letter ‘c’, hard or soft, is much less regularly used than the eleventh letter of the alphabet, it would be far more of a challenge.


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I could do that, it would be quite easy actually.
So what’s your favourite dog breed? I love corgis.
They are short and fat at the same time.
They also have ears larger then their feet which I find very pleasing.
Well that’s been a paragraph.


Definitely! So you thought you did something here.
Well, I regret to inform you that you didn’t.
The letter in question isn’t used half as commonly as the letter ‘c’ for example.
The letter ‘c’ has a relative frequency of 2.
782% whilst the restricted letter only has a relative frequency of 0.
772%.
So, all things considered, there is a large possibility that most of the answers here do not contain the forbidden letter, especially since I have not been trying very hard at this paragraph, yet I have not used the letter that I have been challenged not to use even once.
I believe I have proven that, yes, I can write a paragraph without using the eleventh letter of the alphabet.
Did I succeed? Well, it is my belief that, yes, I did succeed.
Is this well-written? No, it really isn’t.
Do I give a damn? No, no I do not.


I severely doubt that.
But I can try.
In fact, writing without the given letter is quite easy.

Bruh, I am doing so well.
So who cares if I use it? I can’t use it if I try.
Only one of my favorite games has the letter in its name.
That game is called Roc- no! What am I doing? I am not to use it! Fine… let’s conduct a discussion on science.
Did you know that a bee dies after it has se- no, I’m too young to discuss that.
Fine, let’s see… oh yes! Did you know that death is caused by dying? Also, when you’re starving, you are almost ALWAYS HUNGRY! WOW!
I’ve done it… I think?… wait… is THAT A K?
nooooooooo!


Yeah, I can try but beware, my writing isn’t that good so you aren’t gonna expect the best answer here.
So what should I say in this paragraph? I guess you could say that it’s pretty easy than expected to do these type of questions especially with a letter mentioned in the question.
Also I don’t see why there are 2 letters in the English language with the same sound.
English is weird.
This paragraph is weird.
Also, this challenge ain’t that hard considering that that letter is pretty uncommonly used.
Anyways, I’m done I guess.
(How do you even end an answer, I’m new to writing on Quora)
PS: Extra points for not having this letter in my name.


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Im my native language, Brazilian Portuguese, not just a paragraph, even a text or a book.
“k” is not part of Portuguese, Spanish and Italian alphabets and in Brazil some people consider a “fancy letter”.

Curiously reading my answer I notice I write just one “ K”, of book, So I guess, even being important K is not So used in English as it's in German, for example


Every Sunday I go to church with my Family.
it
is the day we all spend the whole day having lunch and dinner out ,and buying sufficient provisions for the following seven days.
Also make a point to to visit relations ,if time permits.


I would, But this is way too similar the “Can you write a paragraph without using the letter A” which, Is honestly easy peasy lemon squeezy.
I would not be able to say a few of my favorite words, the one for younger felines but it is just used to just describe cats in a cute way.
It is a very adorable word.
I wish i could share it.
The word seems to want to roll off of my tongue and into the answer.
The letter i am unable to say is not a vowel.
So yes, I can.
And i just did.


After less than one minute of browsing through an article on an online encyclopedia I found a paragraph without that letter.
Whoever wrote it presumably wasn't trying to avoid that letter, so if I had to write a paragraph without it, that should be very easy.
Well, I haven't used that letter in this paragraph, but I'll include the paragraph from the article incase anyone wants to read it.

The first inhabitants of North America migrated from Siberia by way of the Bering land bridge and arrived at least 15,000 years ago, though increasing evidence suggests an even earlier arrival.
After crossing the land bridge, the first Americans moved southward, either along the Pacific coast or through an interior ice-free corridor between the Cordilleran and Laurentide ice sheets.
The Clovis culture appeared around 11,000 BC, and it is considered to be an ancestor of most of the later indigenous cultures of the Americas.
While the Clovis culture was thought, throughout the late 20th century, to represent the first human settlement of the Americas, in recent years consensus has changed in recognition of pre-Clovis cultures.

United States – Wikipedia


“I am not saying that I am good with my English.
I have put in a lot of effort so that my English can improve a bit.
There was a time when I couldn't even utter one word in the English language.
My teacher made sure that I could read, converse and write well.
It was a routine job for him to dictate sentences so that my spelling and writing could improve.
I did it for quite a few years and managed to reach where I am today.
I am still trying to improve my fluency in conversational English.

“The question requires me to omit a certain letter while writing the above paragraph.
I hope you got the letter that I am referring to.
It comes right after the letter 'J' and is succeeded by the letter 'L'.


Sure.
I could write a million paragraphs without mentioning that letter.
It's not that difficult, given that it's not a common letter, e.
g.
, “E” or “T”.


I absolutely can!
That letter is not even important, it is easily avoidable.
Fixate your eyes on me as I type on my board that is attached to the laptop with several buttons with letters on it so smoothly.
My hands are flying left and right over these buttons without a second thought.
They say that a sentence requires a minimum of five sentences and guess what I wrote? Yes, five sentences.
I believe I passed this challenge.
I applause myself for this paragraph.


Of course I can.
Hi, I'm samalitilino.
And I love to go on swimming tours and absolutely eat everthing that I want whenever I want.
Actually my sister's name is cocolino, and she is 30 three years of age.
There are no people in the world that can do what she can.

Yes I can.
It's very easy


Well, all right.
Seeing as on average, the letter I’m not supposed to write is…
What, the fifth least common letter in the English Language? That’s not hard at all.

In fact, I’m hardly even trying to disinclude the letter.
A few snags here and there, but aside from that this is WAY easier than the “No E” challenge or the “No A and T” challenge.

If I did include said letter by accident, somebody be good and remind me I’m being a huge klut-
I mean, an idiot.

Mission accomplished.


I hate how I have to replace words with a certain unwanted letter with other words.
I have noticed this letter is not of significant presence in words as much as vowels.
I would love to press enter right now, let this be posted then chill at home and have a good evening.


Ok.

Crap, I already failed.


Could you write a paragraph without using the letter K?


Chug chug chug! Jay peers into the mug, full of piping hot, cream saturated coffee.
His reflection shows a dreary expression.
He was too exhausted to be productive, yet too anxious to receive any sort of sleep.
He knew this essay wasn’t going to finish itself.
He haphazardly typed away at the computer.
As more and more technological advances are being made, the Earth has suffered the consequences.
As factories, plants, and cars release greenhouses gasses into the air, they get trapped in the atmosphere and the Earth’s temperatures rise…this sounds dreadful!
He squinted, waiting for ideas to churn in his head, but he felt no inspiration.
He twiddled his thumbs.
Music! I need music! He plugged in his headphones and heavy metal tunes hammered against his ears.
He was desperate not to succumb to slumber.
It was 2:42 a.
m.
He took a deep breath and gulped down his fourth cup of coffee.
In 20 minutes, the essay was complete.
He wasn’t sure what he had written, but it would have to do.
A shame for him, he slept in that morning.


Fun Fact: That letter doesn’t even exist in the Spanish language.
It’s part of their alphabet but only used to reference foreign spellings.
Given that, you could compose an entire novel in Spanish, (only using spelling that is native to the Spanish language), and it’d seem perfectly normal.

Here’s a random paragraph that I copied from a Spanish-translated “Romeo and Juliet”.

Le han visto allí muchas mañanas, aumentando
con su llanto el rocío de la mañana,
añadiendo a las nubes sus nubes de suspiros.

Mas, en cuanto el sol, que todo alegra,
comienza a descorrer por el remoto oriente
las oscuras cortinas del lecho de Aurora,
mi melancólico hijo huye de la luz
y se encierra solitario en su aposento,
cerrando las ventanas, expulsando toda luz
y creándose una noche artificial
Este humor será muy sombrío y funesto
si la causa no la quita el buen consejo.

Bonus Fact: The same goes for the letter “W”.
Just for fun, I decided to omit that letter too.


It’s an utterly simple thing to do.
The number of words in the English language containing the eleventh letter of the alphabet is rather small, compared to, for example, “a” or “e”.
For the record, the letter “c”, which is often pronounced similarly to that eleventh letter, is far more commonly used in words, phrases and sentences.
You can search all you want, but it’s doubtful you will find such a letter in my paragraph.



Accepting the challenge,
So I am writing about a letter which is the eleventh letter of the modern english alphabet.
It represents the voiceless velar plosive.
It is originally derived from a word in the language prevalent in Greece.
The original word is the symbol of open hand.
It is often used as a prominent reply to end any boring conversation.
Girls often use this word when they find the conversation boring.
Boys are slowly finding creative answers to encounter the reply to this word.
This word is used to denote “thousand”.

Mission accomplished.


Yes sure, I would love to accept this challenge.

The letter which I cannot use is not just a letter, it’s an emotion.
Many quorans would agree that they really want this letter to show up in their number of followers.
Many people want to have the highest number prefixed before this letter in the form of their salary.
Many people get pissed off if this letter comes as a reply from their significant other.
This letter’s essence has been snatched by the letters “C” and “Q”, Quora is the best example here.
Even Aryan’s and Suhana’s father’s movie “DAR” would have been a flop if this letter wasn’t given that much importance !
It’s a small request from this little letter,
“If you love someone, let them sleep” (Totally irrelevant here but still does not involve the letter which comes before “L” and after “J”).

Yay, I succeeded !


Challenge accepted.

This is so easy as opposed to letter A (see Innocent Masengo's answer to Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter A?).
If only you had included the sound in the challenge so that words such as “can” or “ cat” would be disqualified.
Even with this random writing I haven’t required the use of that letter yet.
This means, therefore, that it is not such a popular letter in the English alphabet.
I could actually write an entire essay without it even with my seemingly intermediate level English proficiency.
It is also much easier for anyone to get their away around this challenge because the length of a paragraph is relative.
I could have a paragraph of just three lines, and that’s it.

Challenge accomplished.


Once upon a time there was an Oreo(Bare with me) and he was all alone and he lived by the sea! but even with the quite the view the poor Oreo was sad and cold as ice.
one day a young man had passed by with a fair lady as they strided happily along pier and the Oreo followed then the Oreo confronted the man and his lady and said “I need a ride.
” the man was fast to tell the Oreo that he had no car to drive him.
but the Oreo didn’t care so he said it again as if he did not understand “I said can I have a ride” Visibly enraged the man threw the Oreo into the sea.
and he was dissolved into nothing-more but dust in the sea.


Yes You Can and I just did that
I believe I can try and I am sure I am going to succeed in this one.
There are so many things that you may write or you may communicate without using any specific words as long as it is not AEIO and U.

If we must use any real life examples of writing a paragraph, then I can write about animals or let’s say the life of a dog.

I do not have any dog, never had and I may never have one, so I may be wrong in all the things that I am about to write.
But I am writing this just for this answer.

A dog rises with his master, and then they both go out for a short run.
Their dog does his thing that you don't want him to do inside the house or on your couch.
After that they both reach to home circling the neighborhood, and master eats something before leaving for the office.
He offers something to his dog as well for eats.
Then master leaves the house and dog stays inside the house alone for whole day.

in the evening when master get freedom from his 9 to 5 boring job he bring some exciting food for his dog and for himself as well.
After that they both eat their delicious meal together and they both go to sleep.

This routine remains same for everyday and it changes only on Saturday and Sunday.


A paragraph – I think I did a pretty good job !


Alright.


Yes I can.
There is no need for me to use that letter, which is of Hellenic origin, when the hard ‘c’, encountered in Latin, will do the job.
The irony, of course, is that my first name contains the letter in question, but as it is of Scots Gaelic origin, it would have been written as Caoineach, meaning ‘handsome’, the word ceann meaning ‘head’, and of course, Scots Gaelic is from the Goidelic branch of the Celtic language family, in which the ‘c’ is always hard, as it is in Irish, though not Manx.
Were I writing in another Germanic language, in which the letter ‘c’, hard or soft, is much less regularly used than the eleventh letter of the alphabet, it would be far more of a challenge.


Prime Minister Modi has visited Singapore and Malaysia.


I could do that, it would be quite easy actually.
So what’s your favourite dog breed? I love corgis.
They are short and fat at the same time.
They also have ears larger then their feet which I find very pleasing.
Well that’s been a paragraph.


Definitely! So you thought you did something here.
Well, I regret to inform you that you didn’t.
The letter in question isn’t used half as commonly as the letter ‘c’ for example.
The letter ‘c’ has a relative frequency of 2.
782% whilst the restricted letter only has a relative frequency of 0.
772%.
So, all things considered, there is a large possibility that most of the answers here do not contain the forbidden letter, especially since I have not been trying very hard at this paragraph, yet I have not used the letter that I have been challenged not to use even once.
I believe I have proven that, yes, I can write a paragraph without using the eleventh letter of the alphabet.
Did I succeed? Well, it is my belief that, yes, I did succeed.
Is this well-written? No, it really isn’t.
Do I give a damn? No, no I do not.


I severely doubt that.
But I can try.
In fact, writing without the given letter is quite easy.

Bruh, I am doing so well.
So who cares if I use it? I can’t use it if I try.
Only one of my favorite games has the letter in its name.
That game is called Roc- no! What am I doing? I am not to use it! Fine… let’s conduct a discussion on science.
Did you know that a bee dies after it has se- no, I’m too young to discuss that.
Fine, let’s see… oh yes! Did you know that death is caused by dying? Also, when you’re starving, you are almost ALWAYS HUNGRY! WOW!
I’ve done it… I think?… wait… is THAT A K?
nooooooooo!


Yeah, I can try but beware, my writing isn’t that good so you aren’t gonna expect the best answer here.
So what should I say in this paragraph? I guess you could say that it’s pretty easy than expected to do these type of questions especially with a letter mentioned in the question.
Also I don’t see why there are 2 letters in the English language with the same sound.
English is weird.
This paragraph is weird.
Also, this challenge ain’t that hard considering that that letter is pretty uncommonly used.
Anyways, I’m done I guess.
(How do you even end an answer, I’m new to writing on Quora)
PS: Extra points for not having this letter in my name.


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Im my native language, Brazilian Portuguese, not just a paragraph, even a text or a book.
“k” is not part of Portuguese, Spanish and Italian alphabets and in Brazil some people consider a “fancy letter”.

Curiously reading my answer I notice I write just one “ K”, of book, So I guess, even being important K is not So used in English as it's in German, for example


Every Sunday I go to church with my Family.
it
is the day we all spend the whole day having lunch and dinner out ,and buying sufficient provisions for the following seven days.
Also make a point to to visit relations ,if time permits.


I would, But this is way too similar the “Can you write a paragraph without using the letter A” which, Is honestly easy peasy lemon squeezy.
I would not be able to say a few of my favorite words, the one for younger felines but it is just used to just describe cats in a cute way.
It is a very adorable word.
I wish i could share it.
The word seems to want to roll off of my tongue and into the answer.
The letter i am unable to say is not a vowel.
So yes, I can.
And i just did.


After less than one minute of browsing through an article on an online encyclopedia I found a paragraph without that letter.
Whoever wrote it presumably wasn't trying to avoid that letter, so if I had to write a paragraph without it, that should be very easy.
Well, I haven't used that letter in this paragraph, but I'll include the paragraph from the article incase anyone wants to read it.

The first inhabitants of North America migrated from Siberia by way of the Bering land bridge and arrived at least 15,000 years ago, though increasing evidence suggests an even earlier arrival.
After crossing the land bridge, the first Americans moved southward, either along the Pacific coast or through an interior ice-free corridor between the Cordilleran and Laurentide ice sheets.
The Clovis culture appeared around 11,000 BC, and it is considered to be an ancestor of most of the later indigenous cultures of the Americas.
While the Clovis culture was thought, throughout the late 20th century, to represent the first human settlement of the Americas, in recent years consensus has changed in recognition of pre-Clovis cultures.

United States – Wikipedia


“I am not saying that I am good with my English.
I have put in a lot of effort so that my English can improve a bit.
There was a time when I couldn't even utter one word in the English language.
My teacher made sure that I could read, converse and write well.
It was a routine job for him to dictate sentences so that my spelling and writing could improve.
I did it for quite a few years and managed to reach where I am today.
I am still trying to improve my fluency in conversational English.

“The question requires me to omit a certain letter while writing the above paragraph.
I hope you got the letter that I am referring to.
It comes right after the letter 'J' and is succeeded by the letter 'L'.


Sure.
I could write a million paragraphs without mentioning that letter.
It's not that difficult, given that it's not a common letter, e.
g.
, “E” or “T”.


I absolutely can!
That letter is not even important, it is easily avoidable.
Fixate your eyes on me as I type on my board that is attached to the laptop with several buttons with letters on it so smoothly.
My hands are flying left and right over these buttons without a second thought.
They say that a sentence requires a minimum of five sentences and guess what I wrote? Yes, five sentences.
I believe I passed this challenge.
I applause myself for this paragraph.


Of course I can.
Hi, I'm samalitilino.
And I love to go on swimming tours and absolutely eat everthing that I want whenever I want.
Actually my sister's name is cocolino, and she is 30 three years of age.
There are no people in the world that can do what she can.

Yes I can.
It's very easy


Well, all right.
Seeing as on average, the letter I’m not supposed to write is…
What, the fifth least common letter in the English Language? That’s not hard at all.

In fact, I’m hardly even trying to disinclude the letter.
A few snags here and there, but aside from that this is WAY easier than the “No E” challenge or the “No A and T” challenge.

If I did include said letter by accident, somebody be good and remind me I’m being a huge klut-
I mean, an idiot.

Mission accomplished.


I hate how I have to replace words with a certain unwanted letter with other words.
I have noticed this letter is not of significant presence in words as much as vowels.
I would love to press enter right now, let this be posted then chill at home and have a good evening.


Ok.

Crap, I already failed.


Of course.

I guess this is fairly easy, since in Spanish, we barely use that letter at all, so I’m used to basically ignoring it completely.
However, I do understand it’s way more common in English, but I still would say it’s that popular, so it’s easy to write without using it.
It even comes quite naturally, to write with out it, contrary to another challenge I did a few days ago which consisted in writing a whole paragraph without the letter A.
The only scenario I can picture in which you would really struggle to not use this letter, is when trying to write the names of the three sisters who happen to ve extremely huge reality-show celebrities in the USA.
I could still go on and on writing without this letter, but honestly, I’m running out of thought material.


Alright.
I have no idea what to write about, but I’m trying.
This is a boring paragraph so far.
How many sentences do I need? Five? It seems as though I'm there.
This was fun while it lasted.
Bye.

It's not hard, just requires a little rephrasing.


Конечно могу.
Да, у русского есть «к», но это не грязное письмо, которое было запрещено.

Of course I can.
Yes, while Russian has a “к”, it isn't the dirty lerter that was banned.

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Uhh, probably.
I'll give it a try.
I hope in this case though, my name is excluded.
If not, that is a major disadvantage.
It seems pretty easy so far, but I'm being pretty naive in saying that as now, I am running out of words without the letter…


I don’t see why not.

The letter mentioned above is not just a letter but also a symbol for Potassium.
The letter has ceased to be just one of the alphabets ever since it substituted the long replies by just this one letter.
Despite the importance given to the letter in scientific fields and conversations, it’s often not pronounced verbally as it is written, which is such a shame, of course.


This may or may not be very hard at all.

For you have requested i do not use a single letter at all in a paragraph, before thoughts went through my head.
I did not have any idea about what i could write.
Don't worry, for i have ideas that this is very proper grammar, but who’s going to stop me? Honestly at the beginning, i though this would be hard to do, but it is proving to be quite easy.
This took me about 10 minutes, and I sincerely hope this answer gets plenty upvotes, and views.

I appreciate this question.
I enjoyed maneuvering around using the letter “K”
SHIT.
NO.

AHHHHHHHHH
“oops i did it again!”
I'm a failure.

Anyway
I enjoyed your question!


Could you write a paragraph without using the letter K?


Chug chug chug! Jay peers into the mug, full of piping hot, cream saturated coffee.
His reflection shows a dreary expression.
He was too exhausted to be productive, yet too anxious to receive any sort of sleep.
He knew this essay wasn’t going to finish itself.
He haphazardly typed away at the computer.
As more and more technological advances are being made, the Earth has suffered the consequences.
As factories, plants, and cars release greenhouses gasses into the air, they get trapped in the atmosphere and the Earth’s temperatures rise…this sounds dreadful!
He squinted, waiting for ideas to churn in his head, but he felt no inspiration.
He twiddled his thumbs.
Music! I need music! He plugged in his headphones and heavy metal tunes hammered against his ears.
He was desperate not to succumb to slumber.
It was 2:42 a.
m.
He took a deep breath and gulped down his fourth cup of coffee.
In 20 minutes, the essay was complete.
He wasn’t sure what he had written, but it would have to do.
A shame for him, he slept in that morning.


Fun Fact: That letter doesn’t even exist in the Spanish language.
It’s part of their alphabet but only used to reference foreign spellings.
Given that, you could compose an entire novel in Spanish, (only using spelling that is native to the Spanish language), and it’d seem perfectly normal.

Here’s a random paragraph that I copied from a Spanish-translated “Romeo and Juliet”.

Le han visto allí muchas mañanas, aumentando
con su llanto el rocío de la mañana,
añadiendo a las nubes sus nubes de suspiros.

Mas, en cuanto el sol, que todo alegra,
comienza a descorrer por el remoto oriente
las oscuras cortinas del lecho de Aurora,
mi melancólico hijo huye de la luz
y se encierra solitario en su aposento,
cerrando las ventanas, expulsando toda luz
y creándose una noche artificial
Este humor será muy sombrío y funesto
si la causa no la quita el buen consejo.

Bonus Fact: The same goes for the letter “W”.
Just for fun, I decided to omit that letter too.


It’s an utterly simple thing to do.
The number of words in the English language containing the eleventh letter of the alphabet is rather small, compared to, for example, “a” or “e”.
For the record, the letter “c”, which is often pronounced similarly to that eleventh letter, is far more commonly used in words, phrases and sentences.
You can search all you want, but it’s doubtful you will find such a letter in my paragraph.


This is the most easiest question I got to answer.
Anyone can write this.
If something is easy for me than it will be easy for you too.
I want you to try this.
Hey don't forget to upvote this if you enjoyed it.
And for more similar contents follow me and hit the turn on notifications option to receive notifications instantly.
Well that dialogue was manipulated from the finishing dialogue of every Youtuber.

Hey! I love you.
Your smile is eye catching.
Can you smile for me again.
I just want you to be mentally happy and healthy.
I am not a good motivator or a great writer who can touch your heart with words.
But still I will say “Always smile”.

You are one of the precious things in the world.
Your smile can bring smile in others too.

☺️
Nothing better than this.
These were some random lines.


Accepting the challenge,
So I am writing about a letter which is the eleventh letter of the modern english alphabet.
It represents the voiceless velar plosive.
It is originally derived from a word in the language prevalent in Greece.
The original word is the symbol of open hand.
It is often used as a prominent reply to end any boring conversation.
Girls often use this word when they find the conversation boring.
Boys are slowly finding creative answers to encounter the reply to this word.
This word is used to denote “thousand”.

Mission accomplished.


Yes sure, I would love to accept this challenge.

The letter which I cannot use is not just a letter, it’s an emotion.
Many quorans would agree that they really want this letter to show up in their number of followers.
Many people want to have the highest number prefixed before this letter in the form of their salary.
Many people get pissed off if this letter comes as a reply from their significant other.
This letter’s essence has been snatched by the letters “C” and “Q”, Quora is the best example here.
Even Aryan’s and Suhana’s father’s movie “DAR” would have been a flop if this letter wasn’t given that much importance !
It’s a small request from this little letter,
“If you love someone, let them sleep” (Totally irrelevant here but still does not involve the letter which comes before “L” and after “J”).

Yay, I succeeded !


Challenge accepted.

This is so easy as opposed to letter A (see Innocent Masengo's answer to Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter A?).
If only you had included the sound in the challenge so that words such as “can” or “ cat” would be disqualified.
Even with this random writing I haven’t required the use of that letter yet.
This means, therefore, that it is not such a popular letter in the English alphabet.
I could actually write an entire essay without it even with my seemingly intermediate level English proficiency.
It is also much easier for anyone to get their away around this challenge because the length of a paragraph is relative.
I could have a paragraph of just three lines, and that’s it.

Challenge accomplished.


Once upon a time there was an Oreo(Bare with me) and he was all alone and he lived by the sea! but even with the quite the view the poor Oreo was sad and cold as ice.
one day a young man had passed by with a fair lady as they strided happily along pier and the Oreo followed then the Oreo confronted the man and his lady and said “I need a ride.
” the man was fast to tell the Oreo that he had no car to drive him.
but the Oreo didn’t care so he said it again as if he did not understand “I said can I have a ride” Visibly enraged the man threw the Oreo into the sea.
and he was dissolved into nothing-more but dust in the sea.


Yes You Can and I just did that
I believe I can try and I am sure I am going to succeed in this one.
There are so many things that you may write or you may communicate without using any specific words as long as it is not AEIO and U.

If we must use any real life examples of writing a paragraph, then I can write about animals or let’s say the life of a dog.

I do not have any dog, never had and I may never have one, so I may be wrong in all the things that I am about to write.
But I am writing this just for this answer.

A dog rises with his master, and then they both go out for a short run.
Their dog does his thing that you don't want him to do inside the house or on your couch.
After that they both reach to home circling the neighborhood, and master eats something before leaving for the office.
He offers something to his dog as well for eats.
Then master leaves the house and dog stays inside the house alone for whole day.

in the evening when master get freedom from his 9 to 5 boring job he bring some exciting food for his dog and for himself as well.
After that they both eat their delicious meal together and they both go to sleep.

This routine remains same for everyday and it changes only on Saturday and Sunday.


A paragraph – I think I did a pretty good job !


Alright.


Yes I can.
There is no need for me to use that letter, which is of Hellenic origin, when the hard ‘c’, encountered in Latin, will do the job.
The irony, of course, is that my first name contains the letter in question, but as it is of Scots Gaelic origin, it would have been written as Caoineach, meaning ‘handsome’, the word ceann meaning ‘head’, and of course, Scots Gaelic is from the Goidelic branch of the Celtic language family, in which the ‘c’ is always hard, as it is in Irish, though not Manx.
Were I writing in another Germanic language, in which the letter ‘c’, hard or soft, is much less regularly used than the eleventh letter of the alphabet, it would be far more of a challenge.


Prime Minister Modi has visited Singapore and Malaysia.


I could do that, it would be quite easy actually.
So what’s your favourite dog breed? I love corgis.
They are short and fat at the same time.
They also have ears larger then their feet which I find very pleasing.
Well that’s been a paragraph.


Definitely! So you thought you did something here.
Well, I regret to inform you that you didn’t.
The letter in question isn’t used half as commonly as the letter ‘c’ for example.
The letter ‘c’ has a relative frequency of 2.
782% whilst the restricted letter only has a relative frequency of 0.
772%.
So, all things considered, there is a large possibility that most of the answers here do not contain the forbidden letter, especially since I have not been trying very hard at this paragraph, yet I have not used the letter that I have been challenged not to use even once.
I believe I have proven that, yes, I can write a paragraph without using the eleventh letter of the alphabet.
Did I succeed? Well, it is my belief that, yes, I did succeed.
Is this well-written? No, it really isn’t.
Do I give a damn? No, no I do not.


I severely doubt that.
But I can try.
In fact, writing without the given letter is quite easy.

Bruh, I am doing so well.
So who cares if I use it? I can’t use it if I try.
Only one of my favorite games has the letter in its name.
That game is called Roc- no! What am I doing? I am not to use it! Fine… let’s conduct a discussion on science.
Did you know that a bee dies after it has se- no, I’m too young to discuss that.
Fine, let’s see… oh yes! Did you know that death is caused by dying? Also, when you’re starving, you are almost ALWAYS HUNGRY! WOW!
I’ve done it… I think?… wait… is THAT A K?
nooooooooo!


Yeah, I can try but beware, my writing isn’t that good so you aren’t gonna expect the best answer here.
So what should I say in this paragraph? I guess you could say that it’s pretty easy than expected to do these type of questions especially with a letter mentioned in the question.
Also I don’t see why there are 2 letters in the English language with the same sound.
English is weird.
This paragraph is weird.
Also, this challenge ain’t that hard considering that that letter is pretty uncommonly used.
Anyways, I’m done I guess.
(How do you even end an answer, I’m new to writing on Quora)
PS: Extra points for not having this letter in my name.


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Im my native language, Brazilian Portuguese, not just a paragraph, even a text or a book.
“k” is not part of Portuguese, Spanish and Italian alphabets and in Brazil some people consider a “fancy letter”.

Curiously reading my answer I notice I write just one “ K”, of book, So I guess, even being important K is not So used in English as it's in German, for example


Every Sunday I go to church with my Family.
it
is the day we all spend the whole day having lunch and dinner out ,and buying sufficient provisions for the following seven days.
Also make a point to to visit relations ,if time permits.


I would, But this is way too similar the “Can you write a paragraph without using the letter A” which, Is honestly easy peasy lemon squeezy.
I would not be able to say a few of my favorite words, the one for younger felines but it is just used to just describe cats in a cute way.
It is a very adorable word.
I wish i could share it.
The word seems to want to roll off of my tongue and into the answer.
The letter i am unable to say is not a vowel.
So yes, I can.
And i just did.


After less than one minute of browsing through an article on an online encyclopedia I found a paragraph without that letter.
Whoever wrote it presumably wasn't trying to avoid that letter, so if I had to write a paragraph without it, that should be very easy.
Well, I haven't used that letter in this paragraph, but I'll include the paragraph from the article incase anyone wants to read it.

The first inhabitants of North America migrated from Siberia by way of the Bering land bridge and arrived at least 15,000 years ago, though increasing evidence suggests an even earlier arrival.
After crossing the land bridge, the first Americans moved southward, either along the Pacific coast or through an interior ice-free corridor between the Cordilleran and Laurentide ice sheets.
The Clovis culture appeared around 11,000 BC, and it is considered to be an ancestor of most of the later indigenous cultures of the Americas.
While the Clovis culture was thought, throughout the late 20th century, to represent the first human settlement of the Americas, in recent years consensus has changed in recognition of pre-Clovis cultures.

United States – Wikipedia


“I am not saying that I am good with my English.
I have put in a lot of effort so that my English can improve a bit.
There was a time when I couldn't even utter one word in the English language.
My teacher made sure that I could read, converse and write well.
It was a routine job for him to dictate sentences so that my spelling and writing could improve.
I did it for quite a few years and managed to reach where I am today.
I am still trying to improve my fluency in conversational English.

“The question requires me to omit a certain letter while writing the above paragraph.
I hope you got the letter that I am referring to.
It comes right after the letter 'J' and is succeeded by the letter 'L'.


Sure.
I could write a million paragraphs without mentioning that letter.
It's not that difficult, given that it's not a common letter, e.
g.
, “E” or “T”.


I absolutely can!
That letter is not even important, it is easily avoidable.
Fixate your eyes on me as I type on my board that is attached to the laptop with several buttons with letters on it so smoothly.
My hands are flying left and right over these buttons without a second thought.
They say that a sentence requires a minimum of five sentences and guess what I wrote? Yes, five sentences.
I believe I passed this challenge.
I applause myself for this paragraph.


Could you write a paragraph without using the letter K?


Chug chug chug! Jay peers into the mug, full of piping hot, cream saturated coffee.
His reflection shows a dreary expression.
He was too exhausted to be productive, yet too anxious to receive any sort of sleep.
He knew this essay wasn’t going to finish itself.
He haphazardly typed away at the computer.
As more and more technological advances are being made, the Earth has suffered the consequences.
As factories, plants, and cars release greenhouses gasses into the air, they get trapped in the atmosphere and the Earth’s temperatures rise…this sounds dreadful!
He squinted, waiting for ideas to churn in his head, but he felt no inspiration.
He twiddled his thumbs.
Music! I need music! He plugged in his headphones and heavy metal tunes hammered against his ears.
He was desperate not to succumb to slumber.
It was 2:42 a.
m.
He took a deep breath and gulped down his fourth cup of coffee.
In 20 minutes, the essay was complete.
He wasn’t sure what he had written, but it would have to do.
A shame for him, he slept in that morning.


Fun Fact: That letter doesn’t even exist in the Spanish language.
It’s part of their alphabet but only used to reference foreign spellings.
Given that, you could compose an entire novel in Spanish, (only using spelling that is native to the Spanish language), and it’d seem perfectly normal.

Here’s a random paragraph that I copied from a Spanish-translated “Romeo and Juliet”.

Le han visto allí muchas mañanas, aumentando
con su llanto el rocío de la mañana,
añadiendo a las nubes sus nubes de suspiros.

Mas, en cuanto el sol, que todo alegra,
comienza a descorrer por el remoto oriente
las oscuras cortinas del lecho de Aurora,
mi melancólico hijo huye de la luz
y se encierra solitario en su aposento,
cerrando las ventanas, expulsando toda luz
y creándose una noche artificial
Este humor será muy sombrío y funesto
si la causa no la quita el buen consejo.

Bonus Fact: The same goes for the letter “W”.
Just for fun, I decided to omit that letter too.


It’s an utterly simple thing to do.
The number of words in the English language containing the eleventh letter of the alphabet is rather small, compared to, for example, “a” or “e”.
For the record, the letter “c”, which is often pronounced similarly to that eleventh letter, is far more commonly used in words, phrases and sentences.
You can search all you want, but it’s doubtful you will find such a letter in my paragraph.


This is the most easiest question I got to answer.
Anyone can write this.
If something is easy for me than it will be easy for you too.
I want you to try this.
Hey don't forget to upvote this if you enjoyed it.
And for more similar contents follow me and hit the turn on notifications option to receive notifications instantly.
Well that dialogue was manipulated from the finishing dialogue of every Youtuber.

Hey! I love you.
Your smile is eye catching.
Can you smile for me again.
I just want you to be mentally happy and healthy.
I am not a good motivator or a great writer who can touch your heart with words.
But still I will say “Always smile”.

You are one of the precious things in the world.
Your smile can bring smile in others too.

☺️
Nothing better than this.
These were some random lines.


Accepting the challenge,
So I am writing about a letter which is the eleventh letter of the modern english alphabet.
It represents the voiceless velar plosive.
It is originally derived from a word in the language prevalent in Greece.
The original word is the symbol of open hand.
It is often used as a prominent reply to end any boring conversation.
Girls often use this word when they find the conversation boring.
Boys are slowly finding creative answers to encounter the reply to this word.
This word is used to denote “thousand”.

Mission accomplished.


Yes sure, I would love to accept this challenge.

The letter which I cannot use is not just a letter, it’s an emotion.
Many quorans would agree that they really want this letter to show up in their number of followers.
Many people want to have the highest number prefixed before this letter in the form of their salary.
Many people get pissed off if this letter comes as a reply from their significant other.
This letter’s essence has been snatched by the letters “C” and “Q”, Quora is the best example here.
Even Aryan’s and Suhana’s father’s movie “DAR” would have been a flop if this letter wasn’t given that much importance !
It’s a small request from this little letter,
“If you love someone, let them sleep” (Totally irrelevant here but still does not involve the letter which comes before “L” and after “J”).

Yay, I succeeded !


Challenge accepted.

This is so easy as opposed to letter A (see Innocent Masengo's answer to Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter A?).
If only you had included the sound in the challenge so that words such as “can” or “ cat” would be disqualified.
Even with this random writing I haven’t required the use of that letter yet.
This means, therefore, that it is not such a popular letter in the English alphabet.
I could actually write an entire essay without it even with my seemingly intermediate level English proficiency.
It is also much easier for anyone to get their away around this challenge because the length of a paragraph is relative.
I could have a paragraph of just three lines, and that’s it.

Challenge accomplished.


Once upon a time there was an Oreo(Bare with me) and he was all alone and he lived by the sea! but even with the quite the view the poor Oreo was sad and cold as ice.
one day a young man had passed by with a fair lady as they strided happily along pier and the Oreo followed then the Oreo confronted the man and his lady and said “I need a ride.
” the man was fast to tell the Oreo that he had no car to drive him.
but the Oreo didn’t care so he said it again as if he did not understand “I said can I have a ride” Visibly enraged the man threw the Oreo into the sea.
and he was dissolved into nothing-more but dust in the sea.


Yes You Can and I just did that
I believe I can try and I am sure I am going to succeed in this one.
There are so many things that you may write or you may communicate without using any specific words as long as it is not AEIO and U.

If we must use any real life examples of writing a paragraph, then I can write about animals or let’s say the life of a dog.

I do not have any dog, never had and I may never have one, so I may be wrong in all the things that I am about to write.
But I am writing this just for this answer.

A dog rises with his master, and then they both go out for a short run.
Their dog does his thing that you don't want him to do inside the house or on your couch.
After that they both reach to home circling the neighborhood, and master eats something before leaving for the office.
He offers something to his dog as well for eats.
Then master leaves the house and dog stays inside the house alone for whole day.

in the evening when master get freedom from his 9 to 5 boring job he bring some exciting food for his dog and for himself as well.
After that they both eat their delicious meal together and they both go to sleep.

This routine remains same for everyday and it changes only on Saturday and Sunday.


A paragraph – I think I did a pretty good job !


Alright.


Yes I can.
There is no need for me to use that letter, which is of Hellenic origin, when the hard ‘c’, encountered in Latin, will do the job.
The irony, of course, is that my first name contains the letter in question, but as it is of Scots Gaelic origin, it would have been written as Caoineach, meaning ‘handsome’, the word ceann meaning ‘head’, and of course, Scots Gaelic is from the Goidelic branch of the Celtic language family, in which the ‘c’ is always hard, as it is in Irish, though not Manx.
Were I writing in another Germanic language, in which the letter ‘c’, hard or soft, is much less regularly used than the eleventh letter of the alphabet, it would be far more of a challenge.


Prime Minister Modi has visited Singapore and Malaysia.


I could do that, it would be quite easy actually.
So what’s your favourite dog breed? I love corgis.
They are short and fat at the same time.
They also have ears larger then their feet which I find very pleasing.
Well that’s been a paragraph.


Definitely! So you thought you did something here.
Well, I regret to inform you that you didn’t.
The letter in question isn’t used half as commonly as the letter ‘c’ for example.
The letter ‘c’ has a relative frequency of 2.
782% whilst the restricted letter only has a relative frequency of 0.
772%.
So, all things considered, there is a large possibility that most of the answers here do not contain the forbidden letter, especially since I have not been trying very hard at this paragraph, yet I have not used the letter that I have been challenged not to use even once.
I believe I have proven that, yes, I can write a paragraph without using the eleventh letter of the alphabet.
Did I succeed? Well, it is my belief that, yes, I did succeed.
Is this well-written? No, it really isn’t.
Do I give a damn? No, no I do not.


I severely doubt that.
But I can try.
In fact, writing without the given letter is quite easy.

Bruh, I am doing so well.
So who cares if I use it? I can’t use it if I try.
Only one of my favorite games has the letter in its name.
That game is called Roc- no! What am I doing? I am not to use it! Fine… let’s conduct a discussion on science.
Did you know that a bee dies after it has se- no, I’m too young to discuss that.
Fine, let’s see… oh yes! Did you know that death is caused by dying? Also, when you’re starving, you are almost ALWAYS HUNGRY! WOW!
I’ve done it… I think?… wait… is THAT A K?
nooooooooo!


Yeah, I can try but beware, my writing isn’t that good so you aren’t gonna expect the best answer here.
So what should I say in this paragraph? I guess you could say that it’s pretty easy than expected to do these type of questions especially with a letter mentioned in the question.
Also I don’t see why there are 2 letters in the English language with the same sound.
English is weird.
This paragraph is weird.
Also, this challenge ain’t that hard considering that that letter is pretty uncommonly used.
Anyways, I’m done I guess.
(How do you even end an answer, I’m new to writing on Quora)
PS: Extra points for not having this letter in my name.


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Im my native language, Brazilian Portuguese, not just a paragraph, even a text or a book.
“k” is not part of Portuguese, Spanish and Italian alphabets and in Brazil some people consider a “fancy letter”.

Curiously reading my answer I notice I write just one “ K”, of book, So I guess, even being important K is not So used in English as it's in German, for example


Every Sunday I go to church with my Family.
it
is the day we all spend the whole day having lunch and dinner out ,and buying sufficient provisions for the following seven days.
Also make a point to to visit relations ,if time permits.


I would, But this is way too similar the “Can you write a paragraph without using the letter A” which, Is honestly easy peasy lemon squeezy.
I would not be able to say a few of my favorite words, the one for younger felines but it is just used to just describe cats in a cute way.
It is a very adorable word.
I wish i could share it.
The word seems to want to roll off of my tongue and into the answer.
The letter i am unable to say is not a vowel.
So yes, I can.
And i just did.


After less than one minute of browsing through an article on an online encyclopedia I found a paragraph without that letter.
Whoever wrote it presumably wasn't trying to avoid that letter, so if I had to write a paragraph without it, that should be very easy.
Well, I haven't used that letter in this paragraph, but I'll include the paragraph from the article incase anyone wants to read it.

The first inhabitants of North America migrated from Siberia by way of the Bering land bridge and arrived at least 15,000 years ago, though increasing evidence suggests an even earlier arrival.
After crossing the land bridge, the first Americans moved southward, either along the Pacific coast or through an interior ice-free corridor between the Cordilleran and Laurentide ice sheets.
The Clovis culture appeared around 11,000 BC, and it is considered to be an ancestor of most of the later indigenous cultures of the Americas.
While the Clovis culture was thought, throughout the late 20th century, to represent the first human settlement of the Americas, in recent years consensus has changed in recognition of pre-Clovis cultures.

United States – Wikipedia


“I am not saying that I am good with my English.
I have put in a lot of effort so that my English can improve a bit.
There was a time when I couldn't even utter one word in the English language.
My teacher made sure that I could read, converse and write well.
It was a routine job for him to dictate sentences so that my spelling and writing could improve.
I did it for quite a few years and managed to reach where I am today.
I am still trying to improve my fluency in conversational English.

“The question requires me to omit a certain letter while writing the above paragraph.
I hope you got the letter that I am referring to.
It comes right after the letter 'J' and is succeeded by the letter 'L'.


Sure.
I could write a million paragraphs without mentioning that letter.
It's not that difficult, given that it's not a common letter, e.
g.
, “E” or “T”.


I absolutely can!
That letter is not even important, it is easily avoidable.
Fixate your eyes on me as I type on my board that is attached to the laptop with several buttons with letters on it so smoothly.
My hands are flying left and right over these buttons without a second thought.
They say that a sentence requires a minimum of five sentences and guess what I wrote? Yes, five sentences.
I believe I passed this challenge.
I applause myself for this paragraph.


Could you write a paragraph without using the letter K?


Chug chug chug! Jay peers into the mug, full of piping hot, cream saturated coffee.
His reflection shows a dreary expression.
He was too exhausted to be productive, yet too anxious to receive any sort of sleep.
He knew this essay wasn’t going to finish itself.
He haphazardly typed away at the computer.
As more and more technological advances are being made, the Earth has suffered the consequences.
As factories, plants, and cars release greenhouses gasses into the air, they get trapped in the atmosphere and the Earth’s temperatures rise…this sounds dreadful!
He squinted, waiting for ideas to churn in his head, but he felt no inspiration.
He twiddled his thumbs.
Music! I need music! He plugged in his headphones and heavy metal tunes hammered against his ears.
He was desperate not to succumb to slumber.
It was 2:42 a.
m.
He took a deep breath and gulped down his fourth cup of coffee.
In 20 minutes, the essay was complete.
He wasn’t sure what he had written, but it would have to do.
A shame for him, he slept in that morning.


Fun Fact: That letter doesn’t even exist in the Spanish language.
It’s part of their alphabet but only used to reference foreign spellings.
Given that, you could compose an entire novel in Spanish, (only using spelling that is native to the Spanish language), and it’d seem perfectly normal.

Here’s a random paragraph that I copied from a Spanish-translated “Romeo and Juliet”.

Le han visto allí muchas mañanas, aumentando
con su llanto el rocío de la mañana,
añadiendo a las nubes sus nubes de suspiros.

Mas, en cuanto el sol, que todo alegra,
comienza a descorrer por el remoto oriente
las oscuras cortinas del lecho de Aurora,
mi melancólico hijo huye de la luz
y se encierra solitario en su aposento,
cerrando las ventanas, expulsando toda luz
y creándose una noche artificial
Este humor será muy sombrío y funesto
si la causa no la quita el buen consejo.

Bonus Fact: The same goes for the letter “W”.
Just for fun, I decided to omit that letter too.


It’s an utterly simple thing to do.
The number of words in the English language containing the eleventh letter of the alphabet is rather small, compared to, for example, “a” or “e”.
For the record, the letter “c”, which is often pronounced similarly to that eleventh letter, is far more commonly used in words, phrases and sentences.
You can search all you want, but it’s doubtful you will find such a letter in my paragraph.


This is the most easiest question I got to answer.
Anyone can write this.
If something is easy for me than it will be easy for you too.
I want you to try this.
Hey don't forget to upvote this if you enjoyed it.
And for more similar contents follow me and hit the turn on notifications option to receive notifications instantly.
Well that dialogue was manipulated from the finishing dialogue of every Youtuber.

Hey! I love you.
Your smile is eye catching.
Can you smile for me again.
I just want you to be mentally happy and healthy.
I am not a good motivator or a great writer who can touch your heart with words.
But still I will say “Always smile”.

You are one of the precious things in the world.
Your smile can bring smile in others too.

☺️
Nothing better than this.
These were some random lines.


Accepting the challenge,
So I am writing about a letter which is the eleventh letter of the modern english alphabet.
It represents the voiceless velar plosive.
It is originally derived from a word in the language prevalent in Greece.
The original word is the symbol of open hand.
It is often used as a prominent reply to end any boring conversation.
Girls often use this word when they find the conversation boring.
Boys are slowly finding creative answers to encounter the reply to this word.
This word is used to denote “thousand”.

Mission accomplished.


Yes sure, I would love to accept this challenge.

The letter which I cannot use is not just a letter, it’s an emotion.
Many quorans would agree that they really want this letter to show up in their number of followers.
Many people want to have the highest number prefixed before this letter in the form of their salary.
Many people get pissed off if this letter comes as a reply from their significant other.
This letter’s essence has been snatched by the letters “C” and “Q”, Quora is the best example here.
Even Aryan’s and Suhana’s father’s movie “DAR” would have been a flop if this letter wasn’t given that much importance !
It’s a small request from this little letter,
“If you love someone, let them sleep” (Totally irrelevant here but still does not involve the letter which comes before “L” and after “J”).

Yay, I succeeded !


Challenge accepted.

This is so easy as opposed to letter A (see Innocent Masengo's answer to Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter A?).
If only you had included the sound in the challenge so that words such as “can” or “ cat” would be disqualified.
Even with this random writing I haven’t required the use of that letter yet.
This means, therefore, that it is not such a popular letter in the English alphabet.
I could actually write an entire essay without it even with my seemingly intermediate level English proficiency.
It is also much easier for anyone to get their away around this challenge because the length of a paragraph is relative.
I could have a paragraph of just three lines, and that’s it.

Challenge accomplished.


Once upon a time there was an Oreo(Bare with me) and he was all alone and he lived by the sea! but even with the quite the view the poor Oreo was sad and cold as ice.
one day a young man had passed by with a fair lady as they strided happily along pier and the Oreo followed then the Oreo confronted the man and his lady and said “I need a ride.
” the man was fast to tell the Oreo that he had no car to drive him.
but the Oreo didn’t care so he said it again as if he did not understand “I said can I have a ride” Visibly enraged the man threw the Oreo into the sea.
and he was dissolved into nothing-more but dust in the sea.


Yes You Can and I just did that
I believe I can try and I am sure I am going to succeed in this one.
There are so many things that you may write or you may communicate without using any specific words as long as it is not AEIO and U.

If we must use any real life examples of writing a paragraph, then I can write about animals or let’s say the life of a dog.

I do not have any dog, never had and I may never have one, so I may be wrong in all the things that I am about to write.
But I am writing this just for this answer.

A dog rises with his master, and then they both go out for a short run.
Their dog does his thing that you don't want him to do inside the house or on your couch.
After that they both reach to home circling the neighborhood, and master eats something before leaving for the office.
He offers something to his dog as well for eats.
Then master leaves the house and dog stays inside the house alone for whole day.

in the evening when master get freedom from his 9 to 5 boring job he bring some exciting food for his dog and for himself as well.
After that they both eat their delicious meal together and they both go to sleep.

This routine remains same for everyday and it changes only on Saturday and Sunday.


A paragraph – I think I did a pretty good job !


Alright.


Yes I can.
There is no need for me to use that letter, which is of Hellenic origin, when the hard ‘c’, encountered in Latin, will do the job.
The irony, of course, is that my first name contains the letter in question, but as it is of Scots Gaelic origin, it would have been written as Caoineach, meaning ‘handsome’, the word ceann meaning ‘head’, and of course, Scots Gaelic is from the Goidelic branch of the Celtic language family, in which the ‘c’ is always hard, as it is in Irish, though not Manx.
Were I writing in another Germanic language, in which the letter ‘c’, hard or soft, is much less regularly used than the eleventh letter of the alphabet, it would be far more of a challenge.


Prime Minister Modi has visited Singapore and Malaysia.


I could do that, it would be quite easy actually.
So what’s your favourite dog breed? I love corgis.
They are short and fat at the same time.
They also have ears larger then their feet which I find very pleasing.
Well that’s been a paragraph.


Definitely! So you thought you did something here.
Well, I regret to inform you that you didn’t.
The letter in question isn’t used half as commonly as the letter ‘c’ for example.
The letter ‘c’ has a relative frequency of 2.
782% whilst the restricted letter only has a relative frequency of 0.
772%.
So, all things considered, there is a large possibility that most of the answers here do not contain the forbidden letter, especially since I have not been trying very hard at this paragraph, yet I have not used the letter that I have been challenged not to use even once.
I believe I have proven that, yes, I can write a paragraph without using the eleventh letter of the alphabet.
Did I succeed? Well, it is my belief that, yes, I did succeed.
Is this well-written? No, it really isn’t.
Do I give a damn? No, no I do not.


I severely doubt that.
But I can try.
In fact, writing without the given letter is quite easy.

Bruh, I am doing so well.
So who cares if I use it? I can’t use it if I try.
Only one of my favorite games has the letter in its name.
That game is called Roc- no! What am I doing? I am not to use it! Fine… let’s conduct a discussion on science.
Did you know that a bee dies after it has se- no, I’m too young to discuss that.
Fine, let’s see… oh yes! Did you know that death is caused by dying? Also, when you’re starving, you are almost ALWAYS HUNGRY! WOW!
I’ve done it… I think?… wait… is THAT A K?
nooooooooo!


Yeah, I can try but beware, my writing isn’t that good so you aren’t gonna expect the best answer here.
So what should I say in this paragraph? I guess you could say that it’s pretty easy than expected to do these type of questions especially with a letter mentioned in the question.
Also I don’t see why there are 2 letters in the English language with the same sound.
English is weird.
This paragraph is weird.
Also, this challenge ain’t that hard considering that that letter is pretty uncommonly used.
Anyways, I’m done I guess.
(How do you even end an answer, I’m new to writing on Quora)
PS: Extra points for not having this letter in my name.


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Im my native language, Brazilian Portuguese, not just a paragraph, even a text or a book.
“k” is not part of Portuguese, Spanish and Italian alphabets and in Brazil some people consider a “fancy letter”.

Curiously reading my answer I notice I write just one “ K”, of book, So I guess, even being important K is not So used in English as it's in German, for example


Every Sunday I go to church with my Family.
it
is the day we all spend the whole day having lunch and dinner out ,and buying sufficient provisions for the following seven days.
Also make a point to to visit relations ,if time permits.


I would, But this is way too similar the “Can you write a paragraph without using the letter A” which, Is honestly easy peasy lemon squeezy.
I would not be able to say a few of my favorite words, the one for younger felines but it is just used to just describe cats in a cute way.
It is a very adorable word.
I wish i could share it.
The word seems to want to roll off of my tongue and into the answer.
The letter i am unable to say is not a vowel.
So yes, I can.
And i just did.


After less than one minute of browsing through an article on an online encyclopedia I found a paragraph without that letter.
Whoever wrote it presumably wasn't trying to avoid that letter, so if I had to write a paragraph without it, that should be very easy.
Well, I haven't used that letter in this paragraph, but I'll include the paragraph from the article incase anyone wants to read it.

The first inhabitants of North America migrated from Siberia by way of the Bering land bridge and arrived at least 15,000 years ago, though increasing evidence suggests an even earlier arrival.
After crossing the land bridge, the first Americans moved southward, either along the Pacific coast or through an interior ice-free corridor between the Cordilleran and Laurentide ice sheets.
The Clovis culture appeared around 11,000 BC, and it is considered to be an ancestor of most of the later indigenous cultures of the Americas.
While the Clovis culture was thought, throughout the late 20th century, to represent the first human settlement of the Americas, in recent years consensus has changed in recognition of pre-Clovis cultures.

United States – Wikipedia


“I am not saying that I am good with my English.
I have put in a lot of effort so that my English can improve a bit.
There was a time when I couldn't even utter one word in the English language.
My teacher made sure that I could read, converse and write well.
It was a routine job for him to dictate sentences so that my spelling and writing could improve.
I did it for quite a few years and managed to reach where I am today.
I am still trying to improve my fluency in conversational English.

“The question requires me to omit a certain letter while writing the above paragraph.
I hope you got the letter that I am referring to.
It comes right after the letter 'J' and is succeeded by the letter 'L'.


Sure.
I could write a million paragraphs without mentioning that letter.
It's not that difficult, given that it's not a common letter, e.
g.
, “E” or “T”.


I absolutely can!
That letter is not even important, it is easily avoidable.
Fixate your eyes on me as I type on my board that is attached to the laptop with several buttons with letters on it so smoothly.
My hands are flying left and right over these buttons without a second thought.
They say that a sentence requires a minimum of five sentences and guess what I wrote? Yes, five sentences.
I believe I passed this challenge.
I applause myself for this paragraph.


Of course I can.
Hi, I'm samalitilino.
And I love to go on swimming tours and absolutely eat everthing that I want whenever I want.
Actually my sister's name is cocolino, and she is 30 three years of age.
There are no people in the world that can do what she can.

Yes I can.
It's very easy


Well, all right.
Seeing as on average, the letter I’m not supposed to write is…
What, the fifth least common letter in the English Language? That’s not hard at all.

In fact, I’m hardly even trying to disinclude the letter.
A few snags here and there, but aside from that this is WAY easier than the “No E” challenge or the “No A and T” challenge.

If I did include said letter by accident, somebody be good and remind me I’m being a huge klut-
I mean, an idiot.

Mission accomplished.


I hate how I have to replace words with a certain unwanted letter with other words.
I have noticed this letter is not of significant presence in words as much as vowels.
I would love to press enter right now, let this be posted then chill at home and have a good evening.


Ok.

Crap, I already failed.


Could you write a paragraph without using the letter K?


Chug chug chug! Jay peers into the mug, full of piping hot, cream saturated coffee.
His reflection shows a dreary expression.
He was too exhausted to be productive, yet too anxious to receive any sort of sleep.
He knew this essay wasn’t going to finish itself.
He haphazardly typed away at the computer.
As more and more technological advances are being made, the Earth has suffered the consequences.
As factories, plants, and cars release greenhouses gasses into the air, they get trapped in the atmosphere and the Earth’s temperatures rise…this sounds dreadful!
He squinted, waiting for ideas to churn in his head, but he felt no inspiration.
He twiddled his thumbs.
Music! I need music! He plugged in his headphones and heavy metal tunes hammered against his ears.
He was desperate not to succumb to slumber.
It was 2:42 a.
m.
He took a deep breath and gulped down his fourth cup of coffee.
In 20 minutes, the essay was complete.
He wasn’t sure what he had written, but it would have to do.
A shame for him, he slept in that morning.


Fun Fact: That letter doesn’t even exist in the Spanish language.
It’s part of their alphabet but only used to reference foreign spellings.
Given that, you could compose an entire novel in Spanish, (only using spelling that is native to the Spanish language), and it’d seem perfectly normal.

Here’s a random paragraph that I copied from a Spanish-translated “Romeo and Juliet”.

Le han visto allí muchas mañanas, aumentando
con su llanto el rocío de la mañana,
añadiendo a las nubes sus nubes de suspiros.

Mas, en cuanto el sol, que todo alegra,
comienza a descorrer por el remoto oriente
las oscuras cortinas del lecho de Aurora,
mi melancólico hijo huye de la luz
y se encierra solitario en su aposento,
cerrando las ventanas, expulsando toda luz
y creándose una noche artificial
Este humor será muy sombrío y funesto
si la causa no la quita el buen consejo.

Bonus Fact: The same goes for the letter “W”.
Just for fun, I decided to omit that letter too.


It’s an utterly simple thing to do.
The number of words in the English language containing the eleventh letter of the alphabet is rather small, compared to, for example, “a” or “e”.
For the record, the letter “c”, which is often pronounced similarly to that eleventh letter, is far more commonly used in words, phrases and sentences.
You can search all you want, but it’s doubtful you will find such a letter in my paragraph.


This is the most easiest question I got to answer.
Anyone can write this.
If something is easy for me than it will be easy for you too.
I want you to try this.
Hey don't forget to upvote this if you enjoyed it.
And for more similar contents follow me and hit the turn on notifications option to receive notifications instantly.
Well that dialogue was manipulated from the finishing dialogue of every Youtuber.

Hey! I love you.
Your smile is eye catching.
Can you smile for me again.
I just want you to be mentally happy and healthy.
I am not a good motivator or a great writer who can touch your heart with words.
But still I will say “Always smile”.

You are one of the precious things in the world.
Your smile can bring smile in others too.

☺️
Nothing better than this.
These were some random lines.


Accepting the challenge,
So I am writing about a letter which is the eleventh letter of the modern english alphabet.
It represents the voiceless velar plosive.
It is originally derived from a word in the language prevalent in Greece.
The original word is the symbol of open hand.
It is often used as a prominent reply to end any boring conversation.
Girls often use this word when they find the conversation boring.
Boys are slowly finding creative answers to encounter the reply to this word.
This word is used to denote “thousand”.

Mission accomplished.


Yes sure, I would love to accept this challenge.

The letter which I cannot use is not just a letter, it’s an emotion.
Many quorans would agree that they really want this letter to show up in their number of followers.
Many people want to have the highest number prefixed before this letter in the form of their salary.
Many people get pissed off if this letter comes as a reply from their significant other.
This letter’s essence has been snatched by the letters “C” and “Q”, Quora is the best example here.
Even Aryan’s and Suhana’s father’s movie “DAR” would have been a flop if this letter wasn’t given that much importance !
It’s a small request from this little letter,
“If you love someone, let them sleep” (Totally irrelevant here but still does not involve the letter which comes before “L” and after “J”).

Yay, I succeeded !


Challenge accepted.

This is so easy as opposed to letter A (see Innocent Masengo's answer to Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter A?).
If only you had included the sound in the challenge so that words such as “can” or “ cat” would be disqualified.
Even with this random writing I haven’t required the use of that letter yet.
This means, therefore, that it is not such a popular letter in the English alphabet.
I could actually write an entire essay without it even with my seemingly intermediate level English proficiency.
It is also much easier for anyone to get their away around this challenge because the length of a paragraph is relative.
I could have a paragraph of just three lines, and that’s it.

Challenge accomplished.


Once upon a time there was an Oreo(Bare with me) and he was all alone and he lived by the sea! but even with the quite the view the poor Oreo was sad and cold as ice.
one day a young man had passed by with a fair lady as they strided happily along pier and the Oreo followed then the Oreo confronted the man and his lady and said “I need a ride.
” the man was fast to tell the Oreo that he had no car to drive him.
but the Oreo didn’t care so he said it again as if he did not understand “I said can I have a ride” Visibly enraged the man threw the Oreo into the sea.
and he was dissolved into nothing-more but dust in the sea.


Yes You Can and I just did that
I believe I can try and I am sure I am going to succeed in this one.
There are so many things that you may write or you may communicate without using any specific words as long as it is not AEIO and U.

If we must use any real life examples of writing a paragraph, then I can write about animals or let’s say the life of a dog.

I do not have any dog, never had and I may never have one, so I may be wrong in all the things that I am about to write.
But I am writing this just for this answer.

A dog rises with his master, and then they both go out for a short run.
Their dog does his thing that you don't want him to do inside the house or on your couch.
After that they both reach to home circling the neighborhood, and master eats something before leaving for the office.
He offers something to his dog as well for eats.
Then master leaves the house and dog stays inside the house alone for whole day.

in the evening when master get freedom from his 9 to 5 boring job he bring some exciting food for his dog and for himself as well.
After that they both eat their delicious meal together and they both go to sleep.

This routine remains same for everyday and it changes only on Saturday and Sunday.


A paragraph – I think I did a pretty good job !


Alright.


Yes I can.
There is no need for me to use that letter, which is of Hellenic origin, when the hard ‘c’, encountered in Latin, will do the job.
The irony, of course, is that my first name contains the letter in question, but as it is of Scots Gaelic origin, it would have been written as Caoineach, meaning ‘handsome’, the word ceann meaning ‘head’, and of course, Scots Gaelic is from the Goidelic branch of the Celtic language family, in which the ‘c’ is always hard, as it is in Irish, though not Manx.
Were I writing in another Germanic language, in which the letter ‘c’, hard or soft, is much less regularly used than the eleventh letter of the alphabet, it would be far more of a challenge.


Prime Minister Modi has visited Singapore and Malaysia.


I could do that, it would be quite easy actually.
So what’s your favourite dog breed? I love corgis.
They are short and fat at the same time.
They also have ears larger then their feet which I find very pleasing.
Well that’s been a paragraph.


Definitely! So you thought you did something here.
Well, I regret to inform you that you didn’t.
The letter in question isn’t used half as commonly as the letter ‘c’ for example.
The letter ‘c’ has a relative frequency of 2.
782% whilst the restricted letter only has a relative frequency of 0.
772%.
So, all things considered, there is a large possibility that most of the answers here do not contain the forbidden letter, especially since I have not been trying very hard at this paragraph, yet I have not used the letter that I have been challenged not to use even once.
I believe I have proven that, yes, I can write a paragraph without using the eleventh letter of the alphabet.
Did I succeed? Well, it is my belief that, yes, I did succeed.
Is this well-written? No, it really isn’t.
Do I give a damn? No, no I do not.


I severely doubt that.
But I can try.
In fact, writing without the given letter is quite easy.

Bruh, I am doing so well.
So who cares if I use it? I can’t use it if I try.
Only one of my favorite games has the letter in its name.
That game is called Roc- no! What am I doing? I am not to use it! Fine… let’s conduct a discussion on science.
Did you know that a bee dies after it has se- no, I’m too young to discuss that.
Fine, let’s see… oh yes! Did you know that death is caused by dying? Also, when you’re starving, you are almost ALWAYS HUNGRY! WOW!
I’ve done it… I think?… wait… is THAT A K?
nooooooooo!


Yeah, I can try but beware, my writing isn’t that good so you aren’t gonna expect the best answer here.
So what should I say in this paragraph? I guess you could say that it’s pretty easy than expected to do these type of questions especially with a letter mentioned in the question.
Also I don’t see why there are 2 letters in the English language with the same sound.
English is weird.
This paragraph is weird.
Also, this challenge ain’t that hard considering that that letter is pretty uncommonly used.
Anyways, I’m done I guess.
(How do you even end an answer, I’m new to writing on Quora)
PS: Extra points for not having this letter in my name.


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Im my native language, Brazilian Portuguese, not just a paragraph, even a text or a book.
“k” is not part of Portuguese, Spanish and Italian alphabets and in Brazil some people consider a “fancy letter”.

Curiously reading my answer I notice I write just one “ K”, of book, So I guess, even being important K is not So used in English as it's in German, for example


Every Sunday I go to church with my Family.
it
is the day we all spend the whole day having lunch and dinner out ,and buying sufficient provisions for the following seven days.
Also make a point to to visit relations ,if time permits.


I would, But this is way too similar the “Can you write a paragraph without using the letter A” which, Is honestly easy peasy lemon squeezy.
I would not be able to say a few of my favorite words, the one for younger felines but it is just used to just describe cats in a cute way.
It is a very adorable word.
I wish i could share it.
The word seems to want to roll off of my tongue and into the answer.
The letter i am unable to say is not a vowel.
So yes, I can.
And i just did.

Updated: 08.06.2019 — 5:56 pm

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