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    #1

    beginning =? starting from

    Hello everybody!

    We can pay Mr X beginning July 2013.

    Does the sentence mean "We can pay Mr X starting from July 2013?

    The conclusion is that an alleged payment can continue to be made, spread over subsequent months.



    Thank you.

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    Re: beginning =? starting from

    Does the sentence mean "We can pay Mr X starting from July 2013?

    Yes.

    The conclusion is that an alleged payment can continue to be made, spread over subsequent months.

    Yes, except that the word alleged does not seem appropriate here. Also, "implication" is more accurate than "conclusion."

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