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Yes, you can say C# is a fully object oriented language. It not only supports the four criteria of OOPs, it also requires that essentially all of your constructs be encapsulated in objects. That is, C# does not let you develop outside of the OOPs methodology in any meaningful way. Where people sometimes say a language is not truly OOPs is where object orientation is optional - such as C++ where you can develop in pure C if you wish.
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