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Can you begin a sentence with because?


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Answered 2007-12-15 22:31:03

It is okay to start a sentence with because provided it is a full sentence.

Because he was so ill. (WRONG)

Because he was so ill, she decided to let him sleep all day. (CORRECT)

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