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How do we words?

  You get a get a highschool education and find a job that will take you in.

What are the words and and but?

The word and is a conjunction, a word used to join  two (or more) words, two phrases, two clauses, or the parts of a  compound sentence.   Examples:   Jack and Mack

What is a word?

Word   A unit of language that native speakers can identify; "words are the blocks from which sentences are made"; "he hardly said ten words all morning" A brief statement

Is the word is a word?

Yes, "is" is a word. It's the third person present tense of the verb "to be." (I am, you are, he or she or it is.)

Words that have it in them?

  * with  * itself  * Italian  * itch  * italic  * pitch  * pit  * witch  * sit  * Italy  * item  * iterate  * twitch

What is the of the word word?

Do you mean the definition? If you do, : A single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence and typically show

Which is a word I or i?

The letter 'I' capitalized is a word.   The word 'I' is a pronoun, the first person, singular,  subjective personal pronoun. The pronoun 'I' is a word that takes  the pl

What word is 'that'?

The word 'that' is a demonstrative pronoun and an  adjective.    The demonstrative pronoun 'that' takes the place of a noun in a  sentence.   example: That is mot

What word has in in the word?

Some words that contain the word 'in' (without using the prefix in' or the suffix 'ing) are:againakinanginaattainbargainbeginbinbrainchincindercrinklecoindindomaindrainendocri

What is the word an?

The word "an" is the indefinite article that precedes words that start with a vowel pronunciation. An is an indefinite article. It has a counterpart in the English language