You are perfectly free to begin a sentence with the pronoun you.
Yes. There is no word that cannot begin an English sentence.
Good question! But heres the answer: A sentence can begin with eg such as 'Eggcups are for holding a boiled egg',but a sentence can also begin with e.g such as: e.g is the abbreviation of 'for example'.
The word 'is' can begin a sentence but not be a question when it is the subject of the question. Example sentence - Is can be the subject in a sentence. But only in sentences of that type (above) or, 'Is' is a two letter word. Otherwise is cannot begin a sentence.
You can begin a sentence with any word you like.When fallowing proper grammar you may use "it" to begin a sentence.
Therefore, because it is not improper, one may begin a sentence with "therefore."
It is possible to have a sentence with the word it at the beginning, as this sentence proves.
In this sentence, 'when' is an adverb; 'you begin when'.
You could, but it is not correct grammar. If you ask most English teachers, they will tell you that you should not begin a sentence with and.
No never! Or, more correctly: yes. There is no word in English that cannot begin a sentence.
A sentence should begin with a capital letter to give more understanding and clarity.
Moshe Katsav is due to begin his prison sentence on May 8, 2011.
I will begin to study harder than I have.
Yes, but you have to say the name somewhere in the sentence
a compound sentence having a word bewilder?
Example sentence - We are having a surprise birthday party for him next week.
Yes. There is no word that cannot begin an English sentence. But that does not mean that it is always a good way to begin one.
Yes. There is no word or phrase that cannot begin an English sentence. For example: "However you slice it, this was a victory for our side." But when however means "all that other stuff notwithstanding," and is followed by a comma, good stylists do not begin a sentence with it.
I will now begin the demonstration. Let's begin at the beginning.
Yup! You can start a sentence with any adverb.
no u cant start a sentence with per