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I was wondering if 'from' is necessary in the construction: starting + (from) + today, tomorrow, next week... these adverbs indicating time
Both sounds correct, it seems.
Thanks a lot
Both "starting + today" and "starting + from + today" are correct English (althought "from" is not necessary), but they may have a slightly different connotation since "starting today" indicates that the action starts exactly today, whereas "starting from" suggests - or may suggest - a starting point from today as a period.