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    before we begin or before we start

    What is better to use? Before we begin... or Before we start...

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    Re: before we begin or before we start

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Martin View Post
    What is better to use? Before we begin... or Before we start...
    By themselves, they mean the same thing.
    But you can't use "Before we begin the car..." for "Before we start the car..."

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