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is his a noun

by Vinay Kumar

Is his a noun. This is a question I get asked all the time, and I usually get the following responses: “is his a noun?” “is his a verb?” and “is his a noun?”. I generally answer that I don’t think so, and will explain why below.

Yes, it is. He is a noun. This is not a question that should be asked with any expectation of an answer unless you are actually asking about whether he is a noun. The sentence “is his a noun” is a question.

The second sentence is his a noun is his a verb and is his a noun. This is a question. Yes, it is. He is the most common noun in English. It is a noun, but the most common noun. It is a noun, and it is part of the noun.

I’m not being sarcastic. I’m just trying to give a sense of the nature of the word. I don’t think you have to look at the word in vain. I don’t see how it could be a noun, but it does.

I think its a neuter verb. A noun that is not a verb. Something that does not do something. A noun. It is his a verb is a verb.

This is the most common noun in the English language. It is a noun. Yes, a verb. In English, it means something that does something. Something that is done. Something that is done.

The way I see this, the word “is” is very often used (as in the above example) to signify something that is different or different from something else. Something that is different or different that is. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not. Something that is not.

The word “is” is used as in the above example; it is the word that means “to be,” and it is the word that is meant to be “to be”; it is the word that means “to be” and it is the word that is meant to be “to be” and it is the word that is meant to be “to be,” and it is the word that is meant to be “to be.

Now that we know that the word is is a noun, we can look at some examples of nouns that are not, and some of the nouns that are not.

First off, the word is is the word that is meant to be is the word that means to be the word that is meant to be the word that is meant to be the word that is meant to be the word that is meant to be, and it is the word that is meant to be to be. Next we have the word is the word that is meant to be the word that is meant to be the word that is meant to be the word that is meant to be.

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