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Is what a sentence?

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A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

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A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

What?

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A sentence can have one word, and as a question then it can be a sentence:

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