There's also a few in Engrish.
Did you know?
- The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog uses every letter in the alphabet.
- Faulconbridge, a town in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney uses every vowel, has no repeated letters and uses half of the alphabet.
- Part of a Roman soldier's pay was made in salt, known as "salarium". That's why pay of today is known as a salary.
- The word "typewriter" is one of the longest that can be typed using only the top row of a standard keyboard. In case you're interested, the others are "perpetuity", "proprietor", and "repertoire". The longest word that can be typed using only the home row is "alfalfa". No words can be typed using only the bottom row, because there are no vowels on the bottom row.
- A group of magpies is called a tiding, one of ravens an unkindness, one of turtledoves a pitying, one of starlings a murmuration, one of swans a lamentation, one of ponies a string, one of rattlesnakes a rhumba, one of crows a murder, one of cobras a quiver, one of foxes a skulk, one of emus a mob, one of elks a gang, one of cats a clowder, one of flamingoes a pat, and one of bears a sleuth. Groups of geese are named in a peculiar manner; when they are on the ground they are called a "gaggle", but in the air they are called a "skein"
- The word set has more definitions than any other in the English language.
(source various via Google)