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    Is this grammaticly correct?

    Can the word "thus" start a sentence?
    Here is what I have...
    What about your government? You have came from a poor, and corrupt monarchy. You do not want to go back to having anything siomilar to a monarchy. Thus the Articles of Conederation were born.

    Is it gramaticly correct to use "thus" in the place that it is?

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    Re: Is this grammaticly correct?

    Yes, you can start a sentence with "thus". I often see a comma after an introductory "thus", but they say it's wrong here: Comma Usage

    It should be "you have come from a poor...".
    I am not a teacher.

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