I think you're talking about "Riding With Private Malone" by David Ball.
No. Buys is a verbBuys is a form of buy. We use buys when the subject is he or she or it or a singular noun. egHe buys chocolate every day. -- He is the subject so use buy + sThe boy buys chocolate everyday -- Boy is the subject and is a singular so use buy + s
Sainsburys buys Netto
Groom buys the wedding rings.
Willem Buys was born in 1661.
Willem Buys died in 1749.
Paulus Buys was born in 1531.
Paulus Buys died in 1594.
Frieke Buys was born in 1954.
Izak Buys was born in 1895.
Jacobus Buys was born in 1724.
Jacobus Buys died in 1801.
China buys most of Australia's crayfishChina buys most of Australia's crayfish
the correct answer is she buys vegetables from the market
Kate buys and selects her clothing for herself.
A person who buys into a company. Who buys stock. Thus, "stockholders "
Coenraad de Buys died in 1821.
Coenraad de Buys was born in 1761.
Kevin Buys was born on 1986-04-26.
Ashley Buys was born on 1979-06-01.
The things that Nepal buys is food and drink and clothes
The bride buys the groom's ring; the groom buys the bride's ring. Sometimes, couples simply pool their money and buy as a set.
China buys most of Australia's crayfish.
no he buys more cheese
Hot buys are clothes, that are usually nicer, and only appear in the shop for one month! Hot buys are also expensive and superstar only...
Dave McGee on Loch Isle buys them in tens, $500 for each batch.