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Why did you delete the word from from the OP, please? That post has been printed out and I want to state a reason why from has to be left out.
.I thought you might all be interested to see a sample paper from the grammar, spelling, vocabulary test which will be taken by most British eleven-year-olds, starting from next Monday.
ems realised that the from was a mistake. The exams may be held from next Monday (on), but they start (on) Monday. It's the sort of thing we all do from time to time when two thoughts run together in our minds. Nobody would notice it in informal speech.
When ems noticed it in her writing, she probably thought it was not an ideal model for learners, and edited it.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
I didn't expect someone to come along and say that they were printing out the posts.I just printed out your insightful post because you used the adjective interested followed by the preposition to. For that reason, I wanted to see how it is used and to be saved with a subject, already discussed here, relates to that kind of usage. That is it.
And when we correct such errors, we lose the likes. Nevertheless, correct we must.