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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 ...


A preposition is never followed by a verb. • It is permissible to begin a sentence with a preposition, or a prepositional phrase, but be very careful when you do so.


I am having trouble figuring out if it would be incorrect for someone to use prepositions at the beginning of sentences in certain instances.


Aug 6, 2010 ... In which case I will start carrying a shotgun concealed within my socks. .... a prepositional phrase, which is a fine way to start a sentence (e.g., ...


100 • Unit 24: Starting Sentences with Prepositions. Unit 24: Starting Sentences ... Exercise 4: ___1) If a sentence is correct, write OK. (2 sentences are OK, ...


Starting and ending sentences with prepositions can be correct as long as you do it the right way! ... The best way to start a sentence with a preposition is in an introductory phrase. .... Can You Start a Sentence with Because or However?


It seems to me that not using a pronoun to start a sentence silly. (See I just used 'it ' at .... But how better can you say "There's more than one way to skin a cat." ... I hate the "never end a sentence with a preposition" rule. THERE ...


May 6, 2013 ... The thing about ENDING a sentence in a preposition is wrong too? “Good grief. ... Okay, so I've gone through the five stages of grief on this: 1.


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 ...