It is not proper to start a sentence out with the word me.
in the beginning of the day i started to clean the house
Unpromising is the main meaning of the word inauspicious. A good sentence to use for this word is, it was an inauspicious beginning to the movie.
It's actually notwithstanding, (and not notwothstanding). Anyway, yes, you can use it at the beginning of a sentence.
Johny and Paula went to the movies, whereas their counterparts went to a party.
Yes, especially if it's a one word sentence in answer to the question, "How are you feeling?"
No, because it is never good to start a sentence with the word "but".
Yes. There is no word or phrase in English that cannot begin or end a sentence.
Our friendship was beginning to be irreparable.
A prefix is a word used at the beginning of a sentence. "Re" is a prefix that means again.
Yes. There is no word or phrase in English that cannot begin -or end - a sentence.
Usually. Starting a sentence like that is a rhetorical thing.
In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth.
"From the beginning, it was apparent that Lucy would win."
The word "manic" is an adjective. An example of a sentence using the word would be: The patient was beginning to exhibit manic behaviors.
If it is the beginning of the sentence, it needs a capitol. If not, then just leave it blank. Only if it's either at the beginning of a sentence or a proper noun.
Usually at the beginning, for example: Contrary to popular belief, the word contrary is used at the beginning of the sentence in which it is used.
Only capitalize the word "you" when you are using it at the beginning of a sentence or when it is part of a title.
The word "clangor" is a noun. An example of a sentence using the word would be: The clangor of the construction site was beginning to give them a headache.
So you think that's a difficult question, do you?
As I was doing my science project i inferred what my Hypothesis was in the beginning.
afterward, we went to the store and bought food.
Men have been around since the beginning of humans.
i dont think so..but i know u cant use it at the beginning of a sentence...
Yes, but I wouldn't use also at the beginning of a sentence.