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  1. Anonymous
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    start and begin

    I rather confuse to use these words. What is the difference of start and begin ? can you give me example when I should these words.

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    Start and begin are pretty much interchangeable. When it comes down to it it is a matter of personal preference which one you use. The difference between them is that start is a regular verb and begin is an irregular verb.

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