Sometimes. Here it is used as a copulative/transitive. (Recruitment)

by Funkmon @, Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 16:52 (2300 days ago) @ Cody Miller

Continuing in my series of inadvertently taking a dump on your father, he is making a distinction that isn't needed.

Is is very often not transitive. However, in copular form it is, and it is when doing the passive voice.

I continue to correct people on singular they. It doesn't mean it isn't a legitimate form.

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