Jul 12, 2013 ... When I posted the article Can You End a Sentence with a Preposition, I was
surprised by how many people asked if you can start a sentence ...
Apr 26, 2015 ... I am having trouble figuring out if it would be incorrect for someone to use
prepositions at the beginning of sentences in certain instances.
Apr 16, 2015 ... This shows the choice of 'Except for' to start a sentence-initial prepositional
phrase, but does not go so far as to state that the choice of the ...
Nov 28, 2011 ... Another one is that one cannot end a sentence with a preposition. Let's try ...
Once you start moving the prepositions to their supposed 'correct' ...
Apr 13, 2009 ... How can you do that when you're twisting your phrases to suit some archaic rule?
... It's perfectly all right to start your sentences with “and” or “but. ... Not ending a
sentence a preposition as a rule is “the kind of errant pedantry ...
If anyone tells you starting sentence with a coordinating conjunction (and, but, for,
nor, or, so, yet) is .... It's not OK to finish a sentence with a conjunction but. ... didn't
just start a sentence with a preposition, he started the entire POEM with one!
Sep 29, 2009 ... Instead of telling kids that they can't start a sentence with “because,” it'd ... Little
rules such as "don't end sentences with a preposition" or "don't ...
Noun Phrases || Participial Phrases || Prepositional Phrases .... A prepositional
phrase at the beginning of a sentence constitutes an introductory modifier, which
.... Reviewing the general uses of gerunds and infinitives might not be a bad idea.
Mar 25, 2013 ... Bogus Writing Rules: 'Never Begin a Sentence With . . .' ... This "old-school rule,"
says Stephen R. Covey, "was and remains a bad rule. ... Top Five Phony Rules of
Writing · Is It Wrong to End a Sentence With a Preposition?
Aug 23, 2006 ... It seems to me that not using a pronoun to start a sentence silly. (See I just ...
Okay, damnit, I blog http://cscottsaylorsbooks.blogspot.com/ Sword of the ..... I
hate the "never end a sentence with a preposition" rule. THERE are ...