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YES, It's a part of the Continent of North America.
Angie is correct. Although it is sometimes considered part of Europe because it is an autonomous region of Denmark, Greenland is in fact considered part of the North American continent.
It's a self-governed Danish territory. Though geographically and ethnically an Arctic island nation associated with the "continent" of North America, politically and historically Greenland is closely tied to Europe.
No it is not. It is closer geographically to N.A. but is not a part of it.