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    Question right from the start

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    so you can see it working for yourself right from the start.

    I see above sentence from somewhere, what is the meaning of "right from the start"?

    By the way, as above question, can I say "somewhere else" instead of "somewhere" ?

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    Exclamation Re: right from the start

    Quote Originally Posted by fenglish View Post
    Hi,

    so you can see it working for yourself right from the start.

    I see above sentence from somewhere, what is the meaning of "right from the start"?

    By the way, as above question, can I say "somewhere else" instead of "somewhere" ?

    Thanks.
    Right from the Start is an expression used to provide valuable information’s on the life cycle of something/someone from the beginning, which may a project/organization/an equipment or a human being. Since the above expression refers to it (an inanimate object) it is something not someone.

    It is a good company and paying dividends right from the start.(since its inception)
    Providing quality services right from the start, the organization will be able to get public acceptance.
    Last edited by sarat_106; 26-Jan-2010 at 06:45.

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