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Is through a verb?

No, the word 'through' is not a verb.   The word 'through' is a preposition, adverb, or an  adjective.   Examples:   The ball went  through  a window. (preposi (MORE)

How do you spell through?

You already spelled it. There are two different 'throughs'. If you mean 'threw' as in 'He threw a ball', then it is spelled just as I spelled it: T-H-R-E-W. If you mean 't (MORE)
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Is through an adverb?

Yes, through can be an adverb (in and out of), but also an adjective (finished, completed). As a preposition, it can also mean "by way of."
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What does a townie through and through mean?

A townie is someone who lives in a town or city. Through and through means all the way through, or completely. The person is a city boy or girl, totally and completely.
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Is through a pronoun?

No, the word 'through' is an adverb, an adjective, and a  preposition.    The adverb 'through' is a word that modifies a verb, an  adjective, or another adverb.   (MORE)
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Is through a perpostition?

Yes, the word 'through' is a preposition, an adverb, and an  adjective.    Examples:   The ball went through a window. (preposition,  'a window' is the object of (MORE)
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Is through an interjection?

No, the word 'through' is not an interjection.   The word 'through' is a preposition, an adverb, and  an adjective.    Examples:   Let's take the shortcut through (MORE)