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Is it OK to start a sentence with and?


  1. Is it OK to start a sentence with and?
  2. What's wrong with starting a sentence with and?
  3. What words should you not start a sentence with?
  4. Can you start a sentence with and Reddit?
  5. Is there a sentence that begins with us?
  6. Is it bad to start a sentence with a?
  7. How a sentence should begin with?
  8. Can a sentence start with and Reddit?
  9. Is it OK to start a paragraph with I?

Is it OK to start a sentence with and?

It's perfectly acceptable to begin a sentence with "And," as well as the other words that we are often taught to avoid such as "but" or "or." Writing samples tracing back to the 9th century, including Bible translations, break these "sacred" rules, which stem from attempts to curb school children from stringing too

What's wrong with starting a sentence with and?

There is nothing wrong with starting sentences with “and,” “but,” or other similar conjunctions. You may, however, encounter people who mistakenly believe that starting a sentence with a conjunction is an error, so consider your audience when deciding to structure your sentences this way.

What words should you not start a sentence with?

In informal writing, there is no rule for first words of your sentences, you can start with every possible word you can imagine. However, in formal writing, coordinating conjunctions (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) are disapproved as sentence starting words.

Can you start a sentence with and Reddit?

Reddit, is it, or is it not "incorrect" to start a sentence with "and" or other conjunctions? From my research it seems that it is a rule "on the books" but that it has really fallen out of favor and beginning a sentence with "and" is acceptable today (as long as it's not done in excess, etc).

Is there a sentence that begins with us?

There is no specific reason in general that you can't use "with us" to start a sentence, a phrase or a paragraph.

Is it bad to start a sentence with a?

You can start a sentence, essay or paragraph with any word that makes sense. The majority of English sentences begin with either a/an/the, a name or a personal pronoun.

How a sentence should begin with?

Keep in mind two principles for creating readable prose: (1) A fair percentage of sentences should begin with short contextualizing phrases, often adverbial. And 10 to 20 percent will begin with conjunctions—either subordinating (If, Because, Although, etc.) or, more commonly, coordinating (But, Yet, And, So, etc.).

Can a sentence start with and Reddit?

Reddit, is it, or is it not "incorrect" to start a sentence with "and" or other conjunctions? From my research it seems that it is a rule "on the books" but that it has really fallen out of favor and beginning a sentence with "and" is acceptable today (as long as it's not done in excess, etc).

Is it OK to start a paragraph with I?

Yes. You can start a sentence with “I”. For example: “I wrote a sentence.” “I am Priyanka.” “I am hardworking.” It is not grammatically wrong if you start a sentence with “I”.



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